Lawyers for Genentech Inc. and the University of California wrapped up their arguments Thursday in a fiercely contested patent battle over one of the most lucrative biotech inventions of the century.

Jurors in San Francisco federal court will begin deliberating Monday to determine which of the two institutions has the superior patent to human growth hormone, a wonder drug of sorts that has widespread medical applications, including combatting old age and helping children with growth problems.

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