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CASES OF THE WEEK Biogen International GMBH v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., Appeal No. 2020-1933 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 30, 2021) For the second time in two weeks, our Case of the Week...

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Anyone familiar with the fate of claims to primers used in PCR, to amplify a stretch of target DNA in order to determine whether or not a significant mutation is... Read More »
In ex parte Ho, the subject of my last post, the PTAB reversed the Examiner’s rejection of claims to a population of bone marrow cells obtained by two-stage... Read More »
On July 18th, in appeal no. 2017-007443, the PTAB reversed the Examiner’s rejection to an improved method of manipulating the huge amount of DNA sequence... Read More »
On January 25, a team at the Chinese Academy of Sciences published an online paper that will appear in Cell, 172, 1-7 (Feb. 8, 2018) reported the cloning of two... Read More »
A tiny vibrating cantilever sensor could soon help doctors and field clinicians quickly detect harmful toxins. The list includes bacteria certain types of cancer from ... Read More »
Vaccines are designed to mimic aspects of the microbe they hope the help the body build immunity to. Typically, this means dead or weakened versions of the microbe... Read More »
Researchers from MIT announced last week that they have engineered tiny particles made out of RNA and DNA, utilizing a technique called “nucleic acid... Read More »
Unique patterns generate when two immiscible fluids flow together and this has been a factor for scientists to develop a new tool for studying tiny... Read More »
Enjoy this week’s wrap up of trending medical news!   Rats paralyzed due to spinal cord injury walking again thanks to new therapy Rats that... Read More »
Researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have developed a method for building complex nanostructures out of short ... Read More »
Here's your weekly wrap up of the top medical news! Baby kept alive with world’s smallest artificial heart Italian doctors are reporting that... Read More »
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Aurora SterlingThe connections between industry and research are always interesting
Jul 5, 2012
Stanford University researchers Jerome Bonnet, Pakpoom Subsoontorn and Drew Endy have developed a method for repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data... Read More »
Geneticists faced a problem with the recent discovery of a "sixth nucleotide" in DNA. It turns out that two modifications of cytosine, one of the four DNA... Read More »
A new study gives insight into how how stem cells differentiate. New findings show that embryonic stem cells must be fully able to compact the chromatin inside of... Read More »
Liquid crystals underlie pixels that make sharp pictures on thin computer or television displays. Liquid crystal displays are already a multibillion dollar industry... Read More »
When it comes to detecting and discriminating between a diverse variety and large number of substances, biological noses are unparalleled. UPenn researchers hope to... Read More »
Scientists at Cambridge University and the Babraham Institute have demonstrated a new technique that could improve epigenetics research and help scientists better... Read More »
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Yale University have developed a new concept for use in a high-speed genomic sequencing device that may potentially... Read More »
Once considered unimportant "junk DNA," scientists have learned that non-coding RNA (ncRNA) -- RNA molecules that do not translate into proteins -- play a... Read More »
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Yale University have developed a new technique for use in a high-speed genomic sequencing device that may have ... Read More »
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