Sigma-Aldrich last week moved to keep its patent-infringement lawsuit against Open Biosystems in play, filing with a US District Court proposed arguments defending its desire to allow the case to proceed.
 
The filing was in response to an Open Biosystems motion made earlier this month asking the court to dismiss the litigation on the grounds that Sigma-Aldrich did not have “all substantial rights” to the intellectual property in question, and therefore was not in a position to file the suit.
 

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