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March 26, 2012



A thought has come to mind that Myriad might be well-advised to "story board" for this remand how they achieve this isolated DNA sequence (e.g., by extraction and isolation from the native DNA), and how that isolated DNA sequence is different from the native DNA, versus say how "Mother Nature" uses native DNA to create proteins (via mRNA and tRNA). In other words, show that "Mother Nature" does not (and cannot) create isolated DNA sequences like Myriad did. If this case goes before the Supreme Court, such "story boards" might be crucial to help what is already 9 technologically-challenged minds understand some very sophisticated science (i.e., molecular biology and biochemistry. Just a thought.

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