Canada: Time to Take Access and Benefit Sharing over Genetic Resources Seriously.
University of New Brunswick Law Journal 2010, Annual, 60
University of New Brunswick Law Journal
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INTRODUCTION The diverse techniques for manipulating the genetic materials of living organisms and for exploring the complex chemistry of biological systems for food and agriculture, medicine and therapeutics, and for other complex indeterminate ends is described as biotechnology. (1) Generally, biotechnology is an umbrella term implicating diverse disciplinarily convergences ranging from molecular biology, genetics, genomics, pharmacogenomics, to other sub-sets and specific classifications such as agricultural biotechnology, plant biotechnology and marine biotechnology, to name a few.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 01 January 2010
- Publisher: University of New Brunswick Law Journal
- Print Length: 21 Pages
- Language: English