Oxford university press (2013)
AbstractHuman microbiome research has revealed that legions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi live on our skin and within the cavities of our bodies. New knowledge from these recent studies shows that humans are superorganisms and that the microbiome is indispensible to our lives and our health. This volume explores some of the science on the human microbiome and considers the ethical, legal, and social concerns that are raised by this research.
Property and Research on the Human Microbiome.Kurt Hirschhorn Goldfarb, Rosamond Rhodes & Brett Trusko
Biobanks and the Human Microbiome.Abraham P. Schwab, Barbara Brenner, Joseph Goldfarb, Rochelle Hirschhorn & Sean Philpott
Privacy, Confidentiality, and New Ways of Knowing More in The Human Microbiome: Ethical, Legal, and Social Concerns.Nada Gligorov, Abraham Schwab, Lily Frank & Brett Trusko
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