From the Corporeal to the Informational: Exploring the Scope of Benefit Sharing Agreements and their Applicability to Sequence Databases

  • Bronwyn Parry
Part of the Wissenschaftsethik und Technikfolgenbeurteilung book series (ETHICSSCI, volume 24)


Intellectual Property Genetic Resource Benefit Sharing Corporeal Form Royalty Payment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bronwyn Parry
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  1. 1.King’s CollegeCambridge

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