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WARF questions relevancy of documents used to uphold patent challenge

Madison, Wis. - Claiming that patents and publications used to uphold a challenge to its stem cell patents are irrelevant to the isolation and proliferation of human embryonic stem cells, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has filed a response refut......

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The foundation also noted that Time Magazine called Thomson one of the people "......

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In all, three WARF patents are being challenged in a process that could reach the federal courts and take several years to resolve.

Two of the patents are being considered under a process known as an ex parte re-examination, where the FTCR alread......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/31/07


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