Roche, Life Tech, Gen-Probe File Counterclaims Against Enzo in Nucleic Acid Probe Infringement Suit | GenomeWeb

Roche, Life Technologies, and Gen-Probe have each filed responses to a lawsuit brought against them by Enzo Life Sciences claiming that various nucleic acid probe-based research and diagnostics products infringe a patent owned by Enzo.

Further, the three defendants have filed counterclaims against Enzo requesting that the court deem the Enzo-owned patent in question invalid and unenforceable, and asserting that Enzo's patent counsel on several occasions misrepresented information relevant to patentability in applications for the patent.

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