Patentability of biofabricated human organs: ‘products of nature’ or ‘products derived from nature’ revisited

Lim, Phen Hoon and Li, Phoebe Patentability of biofabricated human organs: ‘products of nature’ or ‘products derived from nature’ revisited. In: Hawkins, Naomi (ed.) Patenting biotechnological innovation: eligibility, ethics and public interest. Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781800884403 (Accepted)

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