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CALGENE ASKS COURT TO CLARIFY ANTISENSE LITIGATION RULING

DAVIS, Calif., March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Calgene, Inc. (Nasdaq: CGNE) today announced that, pursuant to a request by Calgene for clarification, Judge Joseph P. Farnan of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware withdrew his February 2, 1996 opinion in Enzo Biochem, Inc. (AMEX: ENZ) v. Calgene, Inc., C.A. Nos. 93-110 and 94-57 (JJF) Consolidated. In that opinion the Court ruled that Enzo's antisense patents were both invalid and not infringed by Calgene. Thereafter, Calgene requested that the Court clarify portions of its opinion relating ONLY to the question of whether Calgene infringed Enzo's patent. Neither Calgene nor Enzo has asked the Court to modify its holding that Enzo's patents were invalid.
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/CONTACT: Carolyn Hayworth of Calgene, Inc., 916-753-6313/

(CGNE ENZ)

CO: Calgene Inc.; Enzo Biochem Inc. ST: California, Delaware IN: MTC FOD SU:

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