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Space for Flexibilitiy : Lessons from the European Union Harmonisation Model in Human Embryonic Stem Cell Regulation . / Shi, Wei; Jiang, Li.

In: Intellectual Property Forum , No. 97, 30.06.2014, p. 63-69.

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T1 - Space for Flexibilitiy

T2 - Lessons from the European Union Harmonisation Model in Human Embryonic Stem Cell Regulation

AU - Shi, Wei

AU - Jiang, Li

PY - 2014/6/30

Y1 - 2014/6/30

N2 - Human embryonic stem cells have virtually limitless use and enormous potential for therapeutic medicine. However, the lack of common technical standards and uniform patent criteria have hampered further technological progress. For human embryonic stem cell research in the European Union (EU), the divergent regulations among member states have generated unequal access to treatment and an imbalance in distribution of benefits and duties.

AB - Human embryonic stem cells have virtually limitless use and enormous potential for therapeutic medicine. However, the lack of common technical standards and uniform patent criteria have hampered further technological progress. For human embryonic stem cell research in the European Union (EU), the divergent regulations among member states have generated unequal access to treatment and an imbalance in distribution of benefits and duties.

M3 - Article

SP - 63

EP - 69

JO - Intellectual Property Forum

JF - Intellectual Property Forum

SN - 0815-2098

IS - 97

ER -