Yes. Unlike unenforceability resulting from inequitable conduct, unenforceability relating to patent misuse is reversible. That is to say, the patent can be enforced again as soon as the objectionable conduct has ceased and any lingering effects have "dissipated." Morton Salt Co. v. G.S. Suppiger, 314 U.S. 488, 493-94 (U.S. 1941); see also Senza-Gel Corp. v. B. Seiffhart, 803 F.2d at 668 n.10.