UC undeterred by CRISPR patent ruling

A University of California group is optimistic that its CRISPR IP rights will cover use of the technology in all cell types, despite a U.S. patent board's ruling Wednesday that an opposing group's IP is patentable separately. The ruling, issued by the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeals board, terminated an interference proceeding which could have

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