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Judgment in favor of Gen-Probe is entered in a patent infringement lawsuit filed in 1993 by the Center for Neurologic Study challenging ownership of patents covering Gen-Probe's technologies for detecting disease-causing organisms using genetic probes targeting ribosomal RNA, the company says. Gen-Probe has a patent infringement suit pending against Amoco Technology, which funded the CNS suit and an earlier suit by the University of California, and its former subsidiary Vysis, which had rights to obtain an exclusive license to the patents in the event that CNS prevailed

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