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    Protecting Bioinformatics as Intellectual Property

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    Ralph Loren, intellectual property partner in the Firm's Boston office, examined the issue of protecting bioinformatics tools. The author suggests that while trade secrets and copyright provide some protection to bioinformatics tools, a carefully drafted patent can provide the broadest available protection in an increasingly competitive market in the article. His article, "Protecting Bioinformatics as Intellectual Property," and corresponding podcast were published in the January 2013 edition of Computer magazine. 

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