Benchmarking of Genomics and Health Biotechnology in Seven Developing Countries, 1991-2002: Brazil, China, Cuba, Egypt, India, Republic of Korea and South Africa. Prepared for the University of Toronto Joint Center for Bioethics
Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Science-Metrix, 2004 June: 67 p. [Online]. Accessed: http://science-metrix.com/pdf/SM_2003_006_UofT_Benchmarking_Genomics_Developing_Countries.pdf [2007 August 20]
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