OGT vs. Nanogen Heads to Mediation; Mergen Defiant While Axon Is Talking | GenomeWeb

The wheels of justice are slowing turning in the cases of Oxford Gene Technology vs. Nanogen, and Oxford Gene Technology vs. Mergen et al, the holiday surprise patent infringement lawsuits OGT filed in December in the US District Court in Wilmington, Del.

Oxford Gene Technology is the Oxford, UK-based company founded in 1995 to license and manage the patents of microarray pioneer Edwin Southern of Oxford University.

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