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Patenting in Biotechnology

Sreeremya Sasi

Abstract


Patents and licensing are important procedures after the innovation of a process or phenomena. The plethora of innovations will acquire its stable credibility if the innovation is being patented. The current review paper focusses on the several legal aspect of patenting especially in the field of genetic engineering and biotechnology.

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