NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Eppendorf has licensed a patent covering thermal cycler technology to two firms.

The Hamburg, Germany-based company licensed Patent EP1426110B1, which covers gradient technology for thermal cyclers, to Life Technologies, a Thermo Fisher Scientific subsidiary; and to Alpha Laboratories, a Hampshire, England-based distributor of lab consumables, equipment, and diagnostics.

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