The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has accused Dharmacon and its parent corporation Fisher Scientific of stonewalling in their ongoing license-agreement dispute by failing to provide requested discovery materials in a timely fashion, according to a court document obtained by RNAi News.

MIT has therefore submitted to the court on Nov. 15 a request to compel discovery from Dharmacon and Fisher. Earlier this week, Dharmacon and Fisher asked the court to give the companies until Dec. 16 to file an opposition to MIT's motion.

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