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Tag Archives: dolly
Dolly Led to Slaughter – Part II
As I read and re-read In re Roslin, App. No. 2013-1407 (Fed. Cir., May 8, 2014), before going across the street to “testify” at the PTO 101 Forum, I was struck by how the logical pathway chosen by the panel … Continue reading
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Section 101 Fells Dolly: What Organism Is Next?
On Thursday, a panel of the Fed. Cir. affirmed a board decision refusing a patent claim to an animal prepared by adult cell cloning (a copy is available at the end of this post). Specifically, the patent claims covering “Dolly” … Continue reading
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ISC Patent On Making Human Stem Cells Advances Cloning Technology
sale viagra without prescription Apart from being praised as an ethical work-around to the problems of destroying early-stage human embryos—often about to be discarded as surplusage by fertility clinics — to obtain human pluripotent stem cells, Revazova et al. … Continue reading