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15 minutes could save you 15% on your car insurance.

Several years in court could save you 1.67 billion dollars.

But now there won't be any incentive to develop new antibodies!

/often heard refrain off

C. Little - this actually shows that there is enormous financial incentive to develop improved antibodies, especially if the PTO grants improvement patents.

It's called sarcasm, 8.

I'd also correct your statement in the following way: "this actually shows that there is enormous financial incentive to develop improved antibodies, especially if the PTO grants improvement patents *for inventions that have actually been reduced to practice*".

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