NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A US District Court in Connecticut has dismissed Enzo Biochem’s patent-infringement suit against Applied Biosystems by granting ABI’s motion for a summary judgment, ABI said today.
 
In the lawsuit, filed in 2004, Enzo and co-plaintiff Yale University alleged that ABI infringes six patents covering methods for modifying, preparing, and labeling nucleotides. Four of the patents were assigned to Yale and two were assigned to Enzo Life Sciences.
  

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