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Old 06-03-2014, 08:04 PM   #18
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Do you not think this biochemistry confers an advantage (or are you saying they don't really 'own' it due to the murky nanopore IP situation)?
Their hardware, as much as can be judged from their patents and public presentations is elegant. Murky biochem IP is indeed the right way to characterize things. There are multiple startups, universities, and established companies working in this area, some with overlapping IP claims. It will be interesting to sit back and watch the lawyers get paid large amounts of money to argue about trivialities.
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