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Cracking The Genome

  title={Cracking The Genome},
  author={Kevin Davies},
Game Models of the Defection Dilemma in Biopharmaceutical Discovery Research
  • M. Allarakhia, D. Kilgour
  • Business
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  • 2007
Recent trends in biopharmaceutical discovery research toward the systems biology paradigm have created a need for interdisciplinary teams with a wide range of skills. Success, especially economic
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A simple, rapid and inexpensive method of predicting pathogenic phenotypes on the basis of the presence or absence of short homologous DNA segments in an isolate and shows in silico that with as few as 8 predictive sequences the probability of being EHEC or Shigella is >0.99.
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  • H. Zwart
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  • 2013
It is indicated how a psychoanalytical assessment conducted in this manner may help to interpret and address some of the key normative issues that have been raised with regard to molecular genetics over the years, such as ‘relevance’, ‘responsible innovation’ and ‘promise management’.
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In this chapter, we review the literature that analyzes how the peculiar missions, rules, and incentive systems in the scientific community affect the process and outcomes of the commercialization of
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