NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Illumina has filed a lawsuit against DNAPrint Genomics and its Ellipsis Biotherapeutics subsidiary seeking payment for products Illumina shipped to the firm in 2007-2008.

According to the suit, which was filed last week in the US District Court for the Southern District of California, Illumina is seeking nearly $275,000 in payments from DNAPrint Genomics for genotyping kits and DNA analysis kits that it ordered from Illumina and didn't pay for, as stipulated under a contract between the firms in April 2007.

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