NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Illumina and Affymetrix each said separately yesterday that a district judge's interpretation of key terms in an ongoing patent-infringement case Affy filed in 2004 favors their respective positions.
 
Judge J. Farnan of the United States District court for the District of Delaware issued a Markman order to interpret 15 disputed claim terms. According to Affymetrix, the judge ruled in its favor for most terms and adopted only two of Illumina's proposed constructions.
 

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