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Patent claims add to cost of tailored medicines (New Scientist)

 
  May, 16 2002 15:51
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Genetic Technologies, Melbourne (Australia), owes the patent of using SNPs in non-coding region. This patent was granted in the 1990s. This broad patent can generate controversies on the use of this useful technology in science and medicine.

The full story can be found in the New Scientist, May 15, 2002.


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