Broad throws down gauntlet for CRISPR pool

The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard is the first major player in the international CRISPR IP dispute to disclose its participation in a CRISPR-Cas9 joint licensing pool, but the pool won't have its intended impact unless other players follow suit.

On June 28, the Broad Institute responded to a call from IP rights management company

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