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    Monsanto wins case over patented canola
    Submitted by Gary Van Domselaar; posted on Friday, May 21, 2004

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    ``The Supreme Court of Canada made biotechnology history Friday with a 5-4 ruling that a Saskatchewan farmer violated a patent Monsanto Canada Inc. held on genes of genetically engineered canola seeds.

    ``The ruling is considered to have global importance to the biotechology industry, farmers, health care and any other field where genetic engineering has made inroads. With the ruling, Canada follows the U.S. Supreme Court in deciding on patent issues involving plants and seed genes.''

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