NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A US District Court this week ruled in favor of the Max Planck Society and several other defendants in a lawsuit filed over the inventorship of some of the RNAi field's most fundamental patents. The ruling marks a major setback for the University of Utah, which filed the suit in order to have one of its researchers listed as an inventor of the intellectual property.

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