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PCR and Scientific Invention: The Trial of DuPont vs. Cetus

  • Kary B. Mullis

Abstract

Had I known my way around in what they call the real world, I could have easily been bringing home a million dollars. I had no idea that my market value had soared temporarily to the level of a fairly good pitcher until the trial was over, and then it was too late.

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1994

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  • Kary B. Mullis

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