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Genetic Engineering #271262

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 20, 1980
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(Studio) Supreme Court ruling recently with regard to patent rights for lab-created organisms recalled.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(San Franciso, California) Competition among private concerns to produce interferon cheaply through DNA research examined; films shown [Researcher Clarence COLBY - comments.] Various research projects of Cetus Corporation outlined. [Cetus president Dr. Peter FARLEY - comments.] Genentech Incorporated's research into various areas, include insulin production, explained; criticism of situation by some reported [Biochemist Liebe CAVALIERI - says DNA research is more serious than nuclear energy.] [Genentech spokesperson Herbert BOYER - responds.] Future goals of DNA research outlined.
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry;
Schieffer, Bob

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