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Curr Genet Med Rep. 2014;2(4):223-241.

After Myriad: Genetic Testing in the Wake of Recent Supreme Court Decisions about Gene Patents.

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1
Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC USA.
2
Pomona College, Claremont, CA USA.

Abstract

Genetic testing is becoming more common and more powerful by the day. The costs of the underlying DNA sequencing technology are plummeting, making it likely that tests based on it will become even more pervasive. The use of tests to determine DNA sequence to help make clinical decisions is here to stay. DNA sequencing is also finding new uses in forensics, determination of ancestry, understanding the history and genetic lineages of human populations and many other applications.

KEYWORDS:

Biotechnology; Genetic testing; Law; Patents; Supreme Court

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