NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Luminex on Wednesday filed a trademark-infringement lawsuit in Texas Western District Court against Curiox BioSystems, alleging that Curiox "has seen the need for Luminex's technologies and has decided to divert sales away from Luminex."

The complaint states that Curiox has "implemented a wide-ranging scheme to confuse the market as to affiliation with Luminex, as well as trick customers into engrafting Curiox's non-validated parts into the Luminex system."

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