Agilent Asks Court to Review USPTO Decision Over Affymetrix IP Application | GenomeWeb
This update corrects the fact that Agilent has asked the court to review a USPTO decision, not that it has sued Affymetrix for patent infringement.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies last week asked a court to review a US Patent and Trademark Office decision that found that an Affymetrix patent application does not interfere with an existing Agilent patent.
 

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