Redressing the Patent Imbalance in Genetic Testing
In one of the most highly anticipated decisions emanating from the apex Court in the US in recent times, the US Supreme Court in Association for Molecular Pathology v Myriad Genetics Inc was asked to consider, in the main, the patentability of a naturally occurring gene sequence which had been specifically isolated from the human genome. Although the patent was eventually denied, this seminal case will certainly not be the last word on what is clearly a very controversial subject, at least outside of the US.
Asian Studies | Intellectual Property Law | Medical Jurisprudence
Intellectual Property and Technology-related Law
Singapore Law Gazette
SAW, Cheng Lim.
Redressing the Patent Imbalance in Genetic Testing. (2014). Singapore Law Gazette. 25-29. Research Collection School Of Law.
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