Federal Legislation Would Relax Genomic Patent Regulations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 14 - A US Congresswoman has introduced two pieces of legislation: one that seeks to ease domestic genomic-based patent regulations and one that would investigate the impact the federal government has had on genomic innovation.

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