"Who Owns Your Poop? ": Insights Regarding the Intersection of Human Microbiome Research and the ELSI Aspects of Biobanking and Related Studies
Hawkins, Alice K
O'Doherty, Kieran C
BMC medical genomics 2011 October 7; 4: 72
While the social, ethical, and legal implications of biobanking and large scale data sharing are already complicated enough, they may be further compounded by research on the human microbiome.
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