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Recombinant Conception: Does It Require the DNA?

Nature Biotechnology volume 11, pages 13061307 (1993) | Download Citation

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Do recent Federal Cirucit Court decisions mandate cloning a gene in order to get patent protection?

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  1. Richard J. Warburg, Ph. D., is a patent attorney at Lyon and Lyon, San Diego, CA. The opinions expressed here are soley those of the author and not Lyon and Lyon.

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https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt1193-1306