Threats to timely sharing of pathogen sequence data

@article{dosSRibeiro2018ThreatsTT,
  title={Threats to timely sharing of pathogen sequence data},
  author={Carolina dos S. Ribeiro and Marion P. G. Koopmans and George B. Haringhuizen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={362},
  pages={404 - 406}
}
The Nagoya Protocol may impose costs and delays Pathogen genome sequence databases are taking over important functions of physical collections of microbial and viral cultures (biobanks), adding functionalities for worldwide rapid sharing of pathogen genetic resources in support of research and outbreak response (1). But biobanks and databases also have to respect the ownership and rights of the sample and data providers, including the sovereign right of states to decide on the use of their… Expand
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