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October 29, 2010


Hot off the presses, a NY Times article where Feds say they don't think Genes should be patentable. Friend of Court brief filed in BRCA decision

big day in gene patenting, Kevin:
That ought to provide some fodder for the seminar.

The DOJ's recently-issued brief opposing gene patents, in tandem with the Myriad appeal, will likely alter the dynamics of these questions. Sounds like an interesting discussion, though.

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