Recent USPTO Decisions Strengthen Roslin And Licensees’ Animal-Cloning IP Portfolio | GenomeWeb
The US Patent and Trademark Office recently essentially closed the book on a long-standing patent dispute between licensees of IP from the Roslin Institute and the University of Massachusetts by issuing notices of allowance for two Roslin patent applications related to animal cloning.
The Roslin patent applications are owned by Start Licensing, a company formed by Roslin licensees Geron and Exeter Life Sciences to manage the companies’ patents in the area of non-human animal cloning.

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