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Biotech innovations and fundamental rights [electronic resource] / Roberto Bin, Sara Lorenzon, Nicola Lucchi, editors.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Milan ; New York : Springer, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • 1 online resource (ix, 353 p.) : ill.
Note:
Description based on print version record.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Paolo Veronesi
  • The Case against the Privatization of Knowledge : Some Thoughts on the Myriad Genetics Controversy / Giorgio Resta
  • Patentability Requirements of Biotech Inventions at the European Patent Office : Ethical Issues / Giovanni Macchia
  • The Right to Access the Benefits of Science and Intellectual Property Rights / Aurora Plomer
  • "Ownership and Provenance" of Genetic Material in the Rules on Biotechnological Patents / Rosaria Romano
  • Biotechnology Patents Norms : Emerging Difficulties / Cecilia Zorzoli
  • From the Patentability of Living Matter to the Ethics of Biotechnological Innovation : the Person-Body Relationship / Silvia Zullo
  • Issues and Rights in DNA-based Inventions / Nicola Lucchi
  • Bioethics and Freedom of Scientific Research in Gene Therapy and Stem Cell Biology / Roberto Gambari and Alessia Finotti
  • Freedom of Scientific Researcli in the Field of Genetics / Roberto Bin
  • Genetic Testing and Authentication of Paternity after Death of the Putative Father: the Bio-history and Its "Costs" / Giacomo D'Amico
  • The Legal Implications of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis / llja Richard Pavone
  • Preimplantation Diagnosis of the Embryo : Legislative Inflexibility in vitro and Attempts at Greater Flexibility in vivo / Stefano Agosta
  • Some Ethical and Regulatory Aspects Involved in Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing (DCGT) / Maria Jorqui Azofra
  • Adjusting the Individualistic Framework of Protection in Human Genetic Research / Marta Tomasi
  • Xenotransplantation and Human Rights / Paola Sobbrio
  • Pharmacogenetics and Fundamental Rights / Elena Falletti
  • Genetic Research and European Integration / Sara Lorenzon
  • Genetic Data in Forensic Science : Use, Misuse and Abuse / Guido Barbujani and Francesca Tassi
  • Genetic Research and Rights of the People Involved : from an Individual Approach to an Universal Perspective / Elisa Stefanini
  • Towards a Genetic Registry Office? / llaria Anna Colussi
  • Genetic Data Retention and the Italian Discipline of Acquittal : Database Improvement and the Fundamental Rights of the Individual / Francesco Morelli
  • Use of Genetic Data for Research Purposes and Consent : Love or Hate? : A Proposal of Balance Taking Account of the "Specific Weight" of the Single Research / Giulia Vaccari
  • The habeas data in the Genetic Research : Intrinsic Limits and Threats from Outside / Monica Alessia Senor
  • First Observations on the Right to Development Approach to Informed Consent in Medical and Genetic Research / Lucia Busatta
  • Genetic Research and Protection of Individual Rights : a First Approach to the French Model / Elisabetta Pulice
  • Access to Genetic Resources in the Practices of States / Andrea Crescenzi.
Contributor:
Bin, Roberto.
Lorenzon, Sara.
Lucchi, Nicola.
Available in another form:
Print version: Biotech innovations and fundamental rights. Milan ; New York : Springer, 2012 9788847020313 (DLC) 2011931732 (OCoLC)733249524
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ISBN:
9788847020320
8847020328

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