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U.S. Supreme Court case involving Utah company

dnastructure.jpgThe U.S. Supreme Court often reviews high-profile cases. This term, one of these cases involves Myriad Genetics, a company based in Salt Lake City. The case is Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., and the Supreme Court granted certiorari to the issue of whether human genes are patentable.

If you would like to research this case, you can read the filings in this case on SCOTUSblog, a comprehensive blog with news and information about U. S. Supreme court cases. Also, you can find several articles related to the science behind the dispute using PubMedCentral, a full-text archive of scientific literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine.


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