BioDiscovery Settles with Oxford Gene Technology in Patent Infringement Lawsuit | GenomeWeb

BioDiscovery, which sells microarray image analysis software, last week became the latest defendant to settle with Oxford Gene Technology in the series of patent-infringement lawsuits filed late last year.

The San Leandro, Calif., company is the third to settle out of 11 companies with microarray-related commercial activities sued in December by OGT, the intellectual property management firm created in 1995 to license and manage the patents of microarray pioneer Edwin Southern of Oxford University.

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