Bioinformatics law : legal issues for computational biology in the post-genome era /

"Databases containing the accumulated genomic data of the research community are growing exponentially. This book contains cutting-edge insights from scholars, bioethicists and legal practitioners who work at the ever-changing intersection of law and bioinformatics"--Page 4 of cover

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: American Bar Association. Section of Science & Technology Law
Other Authors: Contreras, Jorge L., Cuticchia, A. Jamie
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, Illinois : ABA Section of Science & Technology Law, [2013]
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Table of Contents:
  • Bioinformatics overview / A. James Cuticchia
  • Commercial software licensing / Jeremy T. Marr
  • Open source software and bioinformatics / Michele K. Herman, Jane Eckels, Joanne Montague and Jordan J. Bowler
  • Software development / Heather J. Meeker
  • Software patents / Gregory J. Kirsch and Charley F. Brown
  • A gene patent primer / Jennifer Carter-Johnson
  • Privacy, property rights, and gene ownership / Richard A. Spinello
  • Bioinformatics collaborations : key considerations in negotiating a deal / Kimberly J. Wade
  • University research and licensing / Jennifer Carter-Johnson, Jeffrey S. Carter-Johnson, and Jorge L. Contreras
  • Technical standards and bioinformatics / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Database protection / Jon M. Garon
  • Data release and access / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Information security and privacy challenges in bioinformatics / Lucy L. Thomson and Arthur E. Peabody Jr.
  • DNA databanks and informed consent / Herman T. Tavani and Maria Bottis
  • Informatics and public-health surveillance / Leslie P. Francis and John G. Francis