The Harvard "oncomouse" in case you have never heard of
it , is a strange little laboratory rodent genetically modified at Harvard
to grow a human ear on its back. (I've spared you the actual
photographs that are readily available on the web).
As no surprise this bit of
by Amy DeCloux Ph.D. and Kathleen M. Williams Ph.D.
The court's long-anticipated decision in Association of Molecular Pathology. v. Myriad Genetics Inc unanimously supported the premise that a gene in its isolated form cannot be the subject of a U.S. patent.
"The very first...
by Maria Luisa Palmese and Deborah A. Somerville
On July 2, 2013, Consumer Watchdog (formerly The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights) asked the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to apply the product of nature analysis from Association for Molecular Pathology, et. al. v. Myriad Genetics...