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Supreme Court Is Dubious About Gene Patents; May Require Something Be Added To Nature

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Justices appeared to favor the government’s position that synthesized genetic material like cDNA can be patentable but not isolated DNA; innovators may have to add a feature to their invention to make it distinct from nature.

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