Illumina Asks Appeals Court to Reverse, Dismiss IP Infringement Ruling in Syntrix Suit | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Illumina has fleshed out its appeal of a US District Court ruling that found the San Diego vendor had infringed IP held by Syntrix Biosystems and compelled Illumina to pay Syntrix $115 million in damages based on a 6 percent royalty rate.

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