NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Gen-Probe said after the close of the market on Wednesday that an arbitration panel has ruled in favor of it and Roche against Qiagen regarding Gen-Probe's supply and purchase agreement with Roche for human papillomavirus products.

San Diego-based Gen-Probe said that a three-member arbitration panel from the International Centre for Dispute Resolution issued an interim award that dismisses all of Qiagen's claims. The firm said that it expects the award to remain unchanged, though it is subject to further proceedings related to its implementation.

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