NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies has filed a suit asking a federal court to find that the firm does not infringe a patent held by Promega and it has retained rights under a licensing agreement related to cell line authentication and identification.

Life Tech also asked the US District Court Southern District of California to find that the dispute should be resolved through binding arbitration.

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