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In recent time there has been ample discussion concerning censorship of research conducted in two labs involved in avian influenza virus research. Much of the debate has centered on the question whether the methods and results should reach to open disclosure given the “dual use” nature of this research which can be used for nefarious purposes
Keywords Influenza  Fouchier  Kawaoka  NSABB  Ethics
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DOI 10.1186/1747-5341-8-12
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