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Tag Archives: Chakrabarty
Chromadex v. Elysium Health – It’s Only Natural!
On February 13, 2023, a Fed. Cir. panel of Judges Prost, Chen and Stoll (Prost writing) held, in Appeal no. 2022-1116, that the asserted claims 1-3 of U.S. Patent No. 8,197, 807 are directed to unpatentable subject matter, namely to … Continue reading
Senate Subcommittee on IP Feels our PAIN
In lengthy hearings conducted by the Senate Subcommittee on Intellectual Property (of the Committee on the Judiciary) on June 4th and 5th (Parts I and II; Part III will be held on June 11th), the Subcommittee, chaired by Senators Tillis … Continue reading
Bipartisan “Draft Bill” to Amend ss. 100, 101 and 112 Released for Comment
On Wednesday, Senators Tillis and Coons, along with Reps. Collins, Johnson and Stivers released a draft, bipartisan bill to amend ss.100 and 101 to void the “judicial exceptions” to patent eligibility. Section 112(f) was also amended to tighten up the … Continue reading
Ex parte Ren-Hie Xu – Are Cultured Mammalian Cells Natural Products?
The Examiner in Appeal no. 2017-003416 (Mar. 1, 2019) had rejected this claim as directed to a natural product: “18. An in vitro culture comprising a substantially pure, replenishable population of synchronous primate trophoblast cells, wherein the synchronous primate trophoblast … Continue reading
Posted in Patent Eligible Subject Matter Tagged blastocyst, Chakrabarty, patentability, Roslin Institute, trophoblast, USPTO 1 Comment