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12-13-2012, 03:02 AM
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Originally Posted by njdevsfn95 View Post
The means of accessing the DNA to find/remove the gene should be patented or protected legally but not the DNA itself.

Water isn't patented but i'm sure filtering/de-ionizing techniques are patented.

DNA is just another molecule.
The problem is that proteins can be patented and DNA is essentially the instructions for creating proteins.

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