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Is there such a thing as a thin gene?

I don't think there is anything such as a thin gene. Genetics do a play a role in passing down diseases or conditions that may cause obesity however. Things like slower metabolism and possible chances of having thyroid gland problems are all chances passed down. I don't think that you can just get a ...

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Who owns a patent when the patent originator dies? Does it transfer to

Upon death of the patent owner, it becomes part of the decedent estate, and goes to the deceased heirs (relatives or anyone else specified in the will). However, you should note that when a patent is owned by multiple individuals, the other owner continue to own their portion of the patent ...

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Not sure. Try contacting the agency that provides patents to find out.