NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – MPEG LA, a licensing agreement middleman, today announced an initiative to create a licensing pool for CRISPR patents.

The firm, which operates licensing programs in consumer electronics, said it has begun to scout the CRISPR intellectual property landscape to identify essential patents that would need to be bundled together to enable a one-stop license shopping experience for organizations looking to develop CRISPR applications.

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