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Cell line rights

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Cell line rights

(Science: cell culture) ownership of a new organism entity. Rulings indicate that any organism that is patentable at all can be patented if it has been manipulated to do something useful.

Usually, the rights do not reside with the individual who has supplied the source of the organism, but with the individual or organisation who has made it.