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Chakrabarty Case


GMO Genetically Modified Organism
Dolly the sheep The first mammal to be cloned from another mammal
Chakrabarty Case Justices Thurgood Marshal, William. J. Brennan Jr.; Chief Justice Warren Burger, Byron R. White, Harry A. Blackmun, John Paul Stevens, Lewis F. Powell, William H. Rehnquist.
Moore Case Justices Chief Justice Malcom M. Lucas,Stanley Mosk, Armand Arabian, Allen E. Broussard, Edward A. Panelli, Joyce L. Kennard, David Eagleson
Patent The exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years
John Moore The Alaskan buisness man who's cells created a multi billion dollar cell line yet he fought a legal battle against Dr. W. Golde and the regents of the University of California over the property right to his own tissues
Plant Patent act of 1930 The act passed by the U.S. congress which enabled the patenting of new plant varieties created by man through asexual reproduction
National Organ Act of 1984 Passed by the U.S. congress it outlawed the sale of human organs and created a task force to monitor organ donations
PTO's April 7th 1987 Ruling Extended the Chakrabarty case ruling to include all multi cellular organisms includind animals
Plasmid a segment of DNA independent of the chromosomes and capable of replication
Pseudomonas Putida Chakrabarty's genetically engineered bacteria
Dr Ananda Mohan Chakrabarty The scientist that developed Pseudomonas Putida and the first scientist to recieve a patent on life
Dr David W. Golde John Moore's doctor at the University of California who established a multi billion dollar cell line from Moore's T-lympocytes
Created by: kobechisai808