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Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models : Patent Pools, Clearinghouses, Open Source Models and Liability Regimes.

Author: Geertrui Van Overwalle
Publisher: Leiden : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Series: Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, 10
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An examination of legal measures which might be used to solve the problem of fragmentation of patents in genetics.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Van Overwalle, Geertrui
Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models : Patent Pools, Clearinghouses, Open Source Models and Liability Regimes
Leiden : Cambridge University Press,c2009
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Geertrui Van Overwalle
ISBN: 9780511580147 0511580142
OCLC Number: 781295302
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (516 p.)
Contents: Cover; Half-title; Series-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Foreword: Some thoughts on the multidisciplinary approach to the study of patents and health care; Abbreviations; Part I Patent pools; 1 Patent pooling for gene-based diagnostic testing: Conceptual framework*; 2 Case 1. The Mpeg La® Licensing Model: What problem does it solve in biopharma and genetics?; 3 Case 2. The Sars case: Ip fragmentation and patent pools; 4 Critical analysis of patent pools; Part Ii Clearinghouses; 5 Clearinghouse mechanisms in genetic diagnostics: Conceptual framework. 6 Case 3. The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (Gbif): An example of an information clearinghouse7 Case 4. BirchBob: An example of a technology exchange clearinghouse*; 8 Case 5. The Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture (Pipra): A standard license public sector clearinghouse for agricultural Ip; 9 Case 6. The Science Commons Material Transfer Agreement Project: A standard licence clearinghouse?; 10 Case 7. The collective management of copyright and neighbouring rights: An example of a royalty collection clearinghouse. 11 Comment on the conceptual framework for a clearinghouse mechanismPart Iii Open source models; 12 Open source genetics: Conceptual framework; 13 Case 8. Cambia's Biological Open Source Initiative (BiOs); 14 Case 9. Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd. (DarT): Applying the open source philosophy in agriculture; 15 Critical commentary on 'open source' in the life sciences; 16 Several kinds of 'should': The ethics of open source in life sciences innovation*; Part Iv Liability regimes; 17 Pathways across the valley of death: Novel intellectual property strategies for accelerated drug discovery. 18 Case 10. The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (Itpgrfa): The Standard Material Transfer Agreement as implementation of a limited compensatory liability regim19 Critical analysis: property rules, liability rules and molecular futures: Bargaining in the shadow of the cathedral; Part V Different perspectives; 20 Gene patents: from discovery to invention: A geneticist's view; 21 'Patent tsunami' in the field of genetic diagnostics: A patent practitioner's view; 22 Gene patents and clearing models: Some comments from a competition law perspective. 23 Access to genetic patents and clearing models: An economic perspective24 The role of law, institutions and governance in facilitating access to the scientific research commons: A philosopher's perspective; Part Vi Summary and concluding analysis; 25 Of thickets, blocks and gaps: Designing tools to resolve obstacles in the gene patents landscape; Index.
Series Title: Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, 10

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An examination of legal measures which might be used to solve the problem of fragmentation of patents in genetics.

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