The trial resulted from a lawsuit initially filed by Enzo in June 2004, in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut against Applera Corporation and its subsidiary Tropix Inc. charging them not only with patent infringement, but also with providing others with unauthorized and prohibited access to the patented products and technologies.The inventions described in the patents cover compositions and methods for detecting and reading genetic materials. The applications for these inventions are diverse, ranging from detecting pathogens and human diseases, such as cancer, to decoding and analyzing the human genome.
Enzo Biochem Reports Jury Declares Life Technologies Infringed Company Patents And Awards Enzo $48.6 Million
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