NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Fluidigm said in its Form 10-Q last week that it will pay Life Technologies $1.0 million as part of a cross-license agreement reached between Fluidigm and Life Tech's Applied Biosystems business. Life Tech notified Fluidigm in mid-October that the payment is due and payable under the license agreement.

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