D. L. Greenfield

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The geographic and temporal origins of the domestic dog remain controversial, as genetic data suggest a domestication process in East Asia beginning 15,000 years ago, whereas the oldest doglike fossils are found in Europe and Siberia and date to >30,000 years ago. We analyzed the mitochondrial genomes of 18 prehistoric canids from Eurasia and the New World,(More)
Individuals and societal groups are questioning the practice of patenting human genetic material in the context of medical research and health care, where diverse ethical, social, and political objections are being raised by critics. A recent case provides a broad legal theory, the common law cause of action, unjust enrichment, and a precedent for(More)
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