A CRISPR picture - patent filing and litigation trends
Patent filing trends for the gene editing technology indicate a near 200% increase globally between 2013 and 2015, and a continuing boom since. Patrick Wingrove investigates what is driving this and whether a litigation war is brewing
The gene-editing technology called clustered regularly
interspaced palindromic repeats (CRISPR) has recently attracted
a lot of patent filings.
iRunway's recent CRISPR Global Patent Landscape report,
which analysed 4,336 IP assets in 1,344 International Patent
Documentation (INPADOC) families over 20 years,...
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