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This story has been updated with a statement from Natera.

NEW YORK – CareDx and Stanford University have added a third patent to their patent infringement lawsuit against Natera, filing an amended complaint in the United States District Court for Delaware.

The plaintiffs now also claim that Natera has infringed on US Patent 10,329,607, which is exclusively licensed to CareDx from Stanford.

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