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viewing issueVolume 2, Number 3, Summer 2002
Table of Contents
- Conflict of Interest and AJOB
- pp. 1-2
- How Can You Patent Genes?
- pp. 3-11
- Patenting Genes and the Public Interest
- pp. 13-15
- No Patents for Semantic Information
- pp. 15-16
- Sequence Patents Are Not the Issue
- pp. 22-23
- The Evolution of Gene Patenting
- pp. 23-24
- The Cipro Patent and Bioterrorism
- pp. 41-42
- Who Are the Guardians Guarding?
- pp. 46-48
- Patent Immorality?
- pp. 48-49
- Country Doctor: A Memoir (review)
- pp. 61-63
- pp. iii-iv
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