NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Fluidigm and Life Technologies' Applied Biosystems business have agreed to end legal actions against each other related to Fluidigm's BioMark System, a Fluidigm spokesperson told GenomeWeb Daily Newstoday.

The firms agreed to dismiss the case, which was filed by Fluidigm against ABI in June 2008, last week, according to court documents. Howard High, the Fluidigm spokesman, told GWDN that the agreement does not include the exchange of any money or any licensing of products.

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