Verinata Sues Sequenom over Patent Rights | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Prenatal diagnostics testing technology firm Verinata Health today filed a lawsuit against Sequenom asking a federal court to find that its cell-free DNA sequencing methods used in its tests do not infringe on a Sequenom patent.

The company also claims Sequenom and its subsidiary, the Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine infringes on its patent rights.

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