NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Enzo Biochem said today that it has reached a settlement with Thermo Fisher Scientific's Life Technologies business on two patent infringement lawsuits.

Thermo Fisher will pay Enzo $35 million to settle the claims Enzo filed in Delaware Federal District Court in 2012. Enzo claimed Life Tech infringed on two patents — No. 6,992,180, entitled Oligo- or Polynucleotides Comprising Phosphate Moiety Labeled Nucleotides, and No. 7,064,197, entitled System, Array and Non-Porous Solid Support Comprising Fixed or Immobilized Nucleic Acids.

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