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UC's CRISPR Licensees Unbowed By Losing Initial US Patent Office Ruling

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The US patent office's initial ruling on CRISPR patents that granted the Broad Institute a victory at the expense of the University of California caps the first major skirmish in what will be a long, drawn-out corporate legal battle.

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