Battle of Microarray Litigants: OGT Settles with Motorola; Enzo Fights On | GenomeWeb

Oxford Gene Technology has settled yet another patent-infringement lawsuit, this one with Motorola. The firms reached an agreement in mid-June to settle the case, which OGT filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in December 2002.

Similar to OGT, Enzo Biochem has embarked on an aggressive campaign to protect its patents covering labeling and detection systems for microarray applications.

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