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Free trade in human sequence data?

Nature volume 354, pages 171172 (21 November 1991) | Download Citation


British and US institutions have separately challenged the notion that the nucleotide sequences of the human genome should be an open book; have they also signalled the end of the age of innocence for the new biology?

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