The ethics of research on great apes

@article{Gagneux2005TheEO,
  title={The ethics of research on great apes},
  author={P. Gagneux and James J. Moore and A. Varki},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={437},
  pages={27-29}
}
In the wake of the chimpanzee genome publication, Pascal Gagneux, James J. Moore and Ajit Varki consider the ethical and scientific challenges for scientists who work on captive great apes.The chimpanzee genomeThe cover photo by Kevin Langergraber shows the adult female chimpanzee ‘Jolie’ in Kibale National Park, Uganda. This was taken on 16 August 2004, a few weeks before Jolie gave birth to her first infant. This week marks a landmark in the study of our closest living relative: the… Expand
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