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June 13, 2013


9-0, the Supreme Court (12-398) ruled in the Myriad case that isolating DNA was not patentable, but creating DNA was. "In this case, by contrast, Myriad did not create anything. To be sure, it found an important and useful gene, but separating that gene from its surrounding genetic material is not an act of invention." The incompetent CAFC had ruled that isolating DNA was patentable.

Posted by Patent Hawk at June 13, 2013 9:45 PM | ยง 101