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06/08/2010

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Kevin Noonan reports in his Patent Doc blog that the Australian Senate will release its gene patent findings. The findings are expected to place restrictions on gene patents in AUS.

This is particularly the case as many of the proposals put forward to the Senate committee will increase the burden on patentees significantly and/or exclude more than naturally-occurring genes from patentability. For instance, one proposal requires that a patentee must publicly disclose sufficient information to enable the replication of the invention to the same standard as its closest commercial competitor before the payment of each renewal fee. We will provide a report on the enquiry's finding once it has been handed down.

http://www.patentdocs.org/2010/06/gene-patenting-in-australia.html

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