Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship (Open Collection) by Subject "crispr"

  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (The CRISPR Journal, 2019-10-09)
    Since its advent in 2012, CRISPR has spawned a cottage industry of bioethics literature. One principal criticism of the technology is its virtually instant widespread adoption prior to deliberative bodies conducting a ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (The CRISPR Journal, 2018-02-01)
    The development of CRISPR depends, in part, on the patents—past, present, and future—covering it. As for the past, the origins of the CRISPR patent landscape predate its use as a gene editing technology. Fundamental pat- ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Yale Journal of Biology & Medicine, 2017-12-17)
    Patent issues surrounding CRISPR, the revolutionary genetic editing technology, may have important implications for the public health. Patents maintain high prices for novel therapies, limiting patient access. Relatedly, ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (The CRISPR Journal, 2018-10-23)
    An appellate court in the United States affirmed the Patent Office's finding that the Broad Institute's patents covering eukaryotic applications of CRISPR-Cas9 was separately patentable over the University of California's ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (EMBO Reports, 2017-05-23)
    The recent patent decisions about CRISPR tell us a lot about how advances in biology are actually made—and how they are not.

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Nature Biotechnology, 2015-03-06)
    Predicting the outcome of the ongoing patent disputes surrounding genome-editing technology is equal parts patent analysis and history. Genome-editing technology based on clustered, regularly interspaced, short palindromic ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S.; Scott, Christopher Thomas (University of North Carolina School of Law, 2019-06-27)
    Concerns over patent protection covering new forms of gene editing have largely focused on the intellectual property covering the editing mechanism itself, most notably CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic ...

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  • Contreras, Jorge L.; Sherkow, Jacob S. (Science, 2017-03-24)
    In response to a letter from Lawrence Horn, MPEG LA, suggesting patent pools for CRISPR licensing, we respond that while patent pools have been successfully deployed in the consumer electronics and other markets, we question ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Biochemist, 2016-06-01)
    New gene-editing technologies, like CRISPR, promise revolutionary advances in biology and medicine. However, several patent disputes in the USA and UK may have complicated who can use CRISPR. What does this mean for the ...

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