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Protecting Biomedical Inventions Through Patents

  • 12.04.12
  • Chenghua Luo, Ph.D. & Gaby L. Longsworth, Ph.D.
  • ASBMB Today

Many biomedical innovations have the potential for commercialization.  As there is usually a lag between initial conception of ideas and commercialization of a developed product, it is important to develop a strategy at an early stage for protecting inventions. One way is to obtain a patent. Read the full story here.

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