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245 00 Viral sovereignty and technology transfer :|bthe changing 
       global system for sharing pathogens for public health 
       research /|cedited by Sam Halabi, Rebecca Katz 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York, NY :|bCambridge University Press,
300    213 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction: Viral sovereignty, technology transfer, and 
       the changing global system for sharing pathogens for 
       public health research / Sam Halabi and Rebecca Katz -- 
       The history of accessing and sharing human pathogens for 
       public health / Michelle Rourke -- Attitudes towards 
       transfers of human samples across borders : a multi-
       country perspective / Ben Krohmal -- The scope of global 
       infectious disease research : field capture, quarantine, 
       and sample transfer to detect emerging pathogen threats / 
       Brian Bird -- The ethics of conducting genomic research in
       low-resource settings / Hayley K. Sullivan and Benjamin E.
       Berkman -- The ethics of human pathogen research during 
       public health emergencies in low-and middle income 
       countries : lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean /
       Sam Halabi -- Biosecurity, biosafety and the management of
       dangerous pathogens for public health research / Joshua 
       Teperowski Monrad and Rebecca Katz -- Human rights 
       implications of pathogen sharing and technology transfer /
       Alexandra Phelan -- Material transfer agreements and the 
       regulation of the collaborative environment / Sherry Brett
       -Major -- Sharing of biological samples during public 
       health emergencies : challenges and opportunities for 
       national and international action / Maria Julia Marinissen,
       Ruvani Chandrasekera, John Maria Julia Marinissen, Ruvani 
       Chandrasekera, John Simpson, Theodore Kuschak, and Simpson,
       Theodore Kuschak, and Lauren Barna -- Facilitating 
       material transfer agreements from a practitioner's 
       perspective / Michael Mowatt and Mukul Ranjan -- The 
       pandemic influenza preparedness framework as an access and
       benefit sharing mechanism / Anne Huvos, Steven A. Solomon 
       and Claudia Nannini 
520    "The history of accessing pathogens for public health 
       research closely follows the history of accessing other 
       (non-pathogenic) genetic resources for all forms of 
       biological research. The genetic resources that were 
       previously considered to be the common heritage of 
       humankind are now subject to (sometimes conflicting) 
       claims of intellectual property protections and sovereign 
       rights"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Public health|xInternational cooperation 
650  0 Research|xInternational cooperation 
650  0 Molecular biology|xTechnology transfer 
650  0 Pathogenic viruses|xResearch 
650  0 Communicable diseases|xPrevention 
650  0 Biosecurity 
650  0 World health 
700 1  Halabi, Sam F.,|eeditor 
700 1  Katz, Rebecca,|d1973-|eeditor 
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