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The science commons in life science research: structure, function, and value of access to genetic diversity

Bibliographic reference Cook-Deegan, Robert ; Dedeurwaerdere, Tom. The science commons in life science research: structure, function, and value of access to genetic diversity. In: International Social Science Journal, Vol. 58, no. 188, p. 299-318 (2006)
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