Life Tech, Idaho Sign Cross-Licensing Pact Covering TaqMan, SYBR Green, Other PCR IP | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

This article has been updated from a version posted Jan. 26 to include comment from Life Technologies.

Idaho Technology said today that it has signed a broad cross-licensing agreement with Life Technologies' Applied Biosystems business that covers a range of PCR technologies, including the rights to the TaqMan and SYBR Green chemistries.

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