Aperio brings patent suit vs. Hamamatsu and Olympus

June 2009
Medical Device Daily;6/25/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 121, p11
The article discusses a court case wherein a U.S. patent lawsuit has been filed on June 10, 2009 by Aperio Technologies against Hamamatsu Photonics KK and Olympus America. Aperio Technologies alleges that products using Hamamatsu's NanoZoomer technology infringed its U.S. patents. According to Hamamatsu, the patents did not include the NanoZoomer technology.


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