The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has kicked a major patent dispute between Affymetrix Inc. and Incyte Pharmaceuticals Inc. back to the Northern District Court of California.

The PTO’s Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences ruled that Palo Alto-based Inctye had failed to provide sufficient evidence that Affymetrix’s claims for its GeneChip patents were not supported by a written description.

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