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Patentability Of Biotech Inventions Remains Uncertain As Supreme Court Declines Case

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BIO, PhRMA, Lilly, Pfizer and Novartis had asked high court to take up Sequenom v. Ariosa to clarify its 2012 ruling in Mayo v Prometheus; now the Federal Circuit's broad interpretation continues to hold sway.

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