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The Supreme People’s Court of China has ruled against two Chinese companies accused of infringing Novozymes’ patent on a glucoamylase enzyme used to make fuel and beverage ethanol. Shandong Longda Bio-Products and Jiangsu Boli Bioproducts had initially been found in violation of the Novozymes patent by a lower court in 2011, but the companies appealed, arguing against the patent’s validity. Novozymes says the legal win will encourage further development of the Chinese biotechnology industry.
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