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Title Perspectives on properties of the Human Genome Project / edited by F. Scott Kieff.

Published Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, ©2003.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xxvii, 538 pages) : illustrations.
Series Advances in genetics ; v. 50
Advances in genetics ; v. 50.
ScienceDirect All Books
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Patenting life forms : yesterday, today, and tomorrow / A.M. Chakrabarty -- The evolution of gene patents viewed from the United States Patent Office / Gerald J. Mossinghoff -- Competition policy in patent cases and antitrust / Gerald Sobel -- Product patents on human DNA sequences : an obstacle for implementing the EU biotech directive? / Joseph Straus -- Patenting genetic products and processes : a TRIPS perspective / Charles R. McManis -- Enclosing the genome : what squabbles over genetic patents could teach us / James Boyle -- Perusing property rights in DNA / F. Scott Kieff -- Steady the course : property rights in genetic material / Richard A. Epstein -- Varying the course in patenting genetic material : a counter-proposal to Richard Epstein's steady course / Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss -- Reaching through the genome / Rebecca S. Eisenberg --The Human Genome Project in retrospect / Michael Abromowicz -- Goat-boy roams the halls? / Justin Hughes -- Comment on the tragedy of the anticommons in biomedical research / Edmund W. Kitch -- An outsider perspective on intellectual property discourse / David A. Hyman -- Saving the patent law from itself : informal remarks concerning the systematic problems afflicting developed intellectual property regimes / J.H. Reichman -- Biotechnology's uncertainty principle / Dan L. Burk and Mark A. Lemley -- Commentary on the panel presentations / Pauline Newman -- Commenting on.
O brave new industry, that has such patents in it! Reflections on the economic consequences of patenting DNA / Iain M. Cockburn -- Pharmacogenomics, genetic tests, and patent-based incentives / Michael J. Meurer -- The effect of intellectual property on the biotechnology industry / James H. Davis and Michele M. Wales -- Are real business people so easily thwarted? / Edward T. Lentz -- One size fits all? / Robin Jacob -- Some empirical evidence on how technologically complex issues are decided in patent cases in U.S. district courts / Roderick R. McKelvie -- How ordinary judges and juries decide the seemingly complex technological questions of patentability over the prior art / F. Scott Kieff -- The difficult interface : relations between the sciences and the law / Horace Freeland Judson.
Summary The groundbreaking work of modern genetics that culminated in the Human Genome Project has blazed new pathways in both science and law. As the assertion of property rights generally, and patents in particular, has become increasingly common surrounding the new products and processes of modern biotechnology, the transactions that must occur for downstream research and development to occur have shifted in important ways, in both academic and business settings. Perspectives on Properties of the Human Genome Project addresses the problems raised in this complex area under different regimes of laws and norms to offer hope and help as we wrestle to ensure optimal use of such essential innovations. This unique collection of authors, views, and topics is essential reading for academics, policy-makers, and practitioners in medicine, biology, sociology, management, ethics, law, and economics, and anyone else interested in gaining perspective on the broad interface between biotechnology and property. * Represents diverse views interwoven into a coherent dialogue * Includes contributions from the leading thinkers in the field * Explores the legal ramifications, in terms of property rights and patents, of the scientific developments arising from the work on the Human Genome Project.
Other author Kieff, F. Scott, editor.
Elsevier issuing body.
Conference on Intellectual Property and the Human Genome Project (2002 : Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.)
Subject Human Genome Project.
Human genome.
Human gene mapping.
human genome project
intellectual property
Electronic books.
ISBN 0120176505 (electronic bk.)
9780120176502 (electronic bk.)
9780080915722
0080915728
9780120176502 (alk. paper)