NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — US patent regulators have put Applied Biosystems at a big disadvantage in an important sequencing technology issue after they recently named a key licensing partner the junior party in a patent-interference review triggered after a 25-year-old patent application filed by Enzo Biochem was approved.

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