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As we were putting the finishing touches on this issue, and its cover story devoted to gene patenting, the US Supreme Court ruled on a related matter — the case of Stanford University versus Roche Molecular Systems. This case hinged on which group researcher Mark Holodniy gave patent rights for his PCR-based HIV test and on the interpretation of the 1980 Bayh-Dole Act.

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