Study assesses impact of pending landmark US Supreme Court case on gene patents

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(Phys.org) —As the U.S. Supreme Court moves closer to a decision this summer in the landmark gene patent case against Myriad Genetics, a study, led by Colorado State University, is shedding light on what may be at stake.

Gregory Graff, associate professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at CSU, and a team of researchers at University of Minnesota and Pennsylvania State University analyzed U.S. patents to find that the case may not have the dramatic impact that some in the  fear it will. However, they caution, the Supreme Court’s decision may have unanticipated impacts on patents that claim sequences from species other than just humans.

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