The scramble to patent human genes


773 Most biologists know that the human genome, with its 100,000 or so genes, is expected to be fully sequenced by 2003, perhaps even earlier. It is less widely appreciated, however, that within the last few years, private companies have been scrambling to stake their claims to as many genes as possible before others can deposit the sequences in public… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/12136


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@article{Venter1999TheST, title={The scramble to patent human genes}, author={Craig Venter}, journal={Nature Neuroscience}, year={1999}, volume={2}, pages={773-773} }