1. Inventions, Yes; Nature, No: The Products-of-Nature Doctrine From the American Colonies to the U.S. Courts
  2. Daniel J. Kevles
  3. pp. 13-34
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  1. The Patenting of Biological Materials in the United States: A State of Policy Confusion
  2. Luigi Palombi
  3. pp. 35-65
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  1. Gene Patents: Perspective from the Clinic and the Laboratory
  2. Linda L. McCabe, Edward R.B. McCabe
  3. pp. 66-79
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  1. How Gene Patents are Challenging Intellectual Property Law: The History of the CCR5 Gene Patent
  2. Myles W. Jackson
  3. pp. 80-105
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  1. Making the Case Against Gene Patents
  2. Tania Simoncelli, Sandra S. Park
  3. pp. 106-145
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  1. Introduction
  2. Myles W. Jackson
  3. pp. 1-12
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 146-147
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