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Four answers to the DNA patent problem

James Nurton, London


There is a “profound tension” between exploiting biomarker patents and routine infringement of IP in laboratories, according to a report published this month

The report summarised discussions at a seminar convened by the UK's Human Genetics Commission in October last year. The seminar was attended by IP practitioners, researchers and surgeons.

The seminar was convened to collect views on the impact of DNA...


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