Biotechnology: Cohen-Boyer patient finally confirmed
Nature 1984 September 6; 311(5981): 3
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Beardsley, Tim (1984-09-06)Stanford University has been granted a patent on the products created by the Cohen-Boyer gene cloning technique after a ten-year legal battle. Beardsley discusses the economic implications of the $10,000 annual license fee ...
Norman, Colin (1984-09-14)On 28 August 1984, the Patent Office finally approved a second Cohen-Boyer patent which covers hybrid bacterial plasmids. This patent, together with an earlier one covering methods, provides the University of California, ...
Budiansky, Stephen (1982-07-29)Potential defects in the original Cohen-Boyer genetic engineering patent have caused a delay in the issuing of a second patent. The U.S. Patent Office will reexamine the current application in light of three possible defects ...