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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The US Patent and Trademark Office appeals board has invalidated certain claims on a patent held by Illumina that is the subject of an infringement lawsuit by the company against Qiagen's Intelligent Bio-Systems.

It is unclear what effect Tuesday's final decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board will have on the lawsuit. Both Illumina and Qiagen declined to comment citing ongoing litigation.

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