patents/licenses and Taq/Pfu DNA polymerase
rafamaldo at yahoo.com
Thu May 5 13:19:00 EST 2005
> In article <bz70viDc16bCFAbd at abuse.plus.com>, Duncan Clark <news at genesysltd.co.uk> wrote:
>>All Hotstart methods are covered by patents,
>>regardless of what they are.
> Wow. Makes me wonder why no one yet patented all gel
> electrophoreis methods, regardless of what they are.
> More and more, patents and patent laws are becoming
> more and more ridiculous.
What about patenting DNA? Or transcription/translation? Mutants in recA?
Ampicilline resistance gene? pBR322 origin of replication? Those guys
have lost millions!!!
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