Pharming pp 179-199

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The ethical evaluation of pharming

  • Eckard Rehbinder
  • E. Rehbinder
  • M. Engelhard
  • K. Hagen
  • R. B. Jørgensen
  • R. Pardo-Avellaneda
  • A. Schnieke
  • F. Thiele

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eckard Rehbinder
    • 1
  • E. Rehbinder
  • M. Engelhard
  • K. Hagen
  • R. B. Jørgensen
  • R. Pardo-Avellaneda
  • A. Schnieke
  • F. Thiele
  1. 1.Johann Wolfgang Goethe-UniversitätGermany

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