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NEW YORK – Single-cell sequencing firm 10x Genomics this week won a partial, interim stay of a permanent injunction resulting from a Bio-Rad Laboratories patent infringement lawsuit. The order, issued by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will allow 10x to sell its linked reads and CNV kits to new customers while the court considers 10x's motion to stay the injunction during the appeals process. 10x has appealed the permanent injunction as well as the jury verdict finding infringement.

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