This article has been updated to clarify the fact that the ruling was not sent for immediate appeal to the Federal Circuit, as originally reported, but was certified for immediate repeal.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Enzo Biochem said today that a US District Court has ruled in its favor in the claims-construction phase of an ongoing patent-infringement suit against Applera's Applied Biosystems group and its Tropix subsidiary.
 

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