Biobanking, consent, and commercialization in international genetics research: the Type 1 Diabetes Genetics Consortium.
Hall, Mark A
King, Nancy M P
Perdue, Letitia H
Hilner, Joan E
Greenbaum, Carla J
Clinical trials (London, England) 2010; 7(1 Suppl): S33-45
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