volume 17, issue 4, P326-326 1997
DOI: 10.1002/abio.370170407
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B. Konieczny

Abstract: nd edition)The dynamic development of biotechnology over the past few years has led to patents being applied for in connection with numerous new products in the fields of medicine, pharmacy, chemistry and agriculture, as well as environmental protection. The number of biotechnological patent applications has approximately doubled over the last seven years. This process has been accompanied by an increase in contested cases submitted for examination and ruling hy the Technical Boards of Appeal and the Enlarged…

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