Following this chapter, the committee provides an overview of the science of genomics and proteomics and discusses policy developments in these fields. Chapter 3 addresses the specific intellectual property issues raised by genomics and proteomics and their interpretation by USPTO and the courts. Chapter 4 presents the results of data collection and analysis activities conducted by the committee. The committee’s conclusions and recommendations are provided in Chapter 5.
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