NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – RainDance Technologies and the University of Chicago are suing 10X Genomics, alleging it infringes six patents. 

In the lawsuit filed today in the US District Court for the District of Delaware, the plaintiffs accuse 10X of infringing US Patent No. 8,273,573; No. 8,304,193; No. 8,329,407; No. 8,822,148; No. 8,889,083; and No. 7,129,091. The patents were licensed exclusively to RainDance by the University of Chicago. 

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