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Role of the Institutional Biosafety committee in Recombinant DNA Research

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Title: Role of the Institutional Biosafety committee in Recombinant DNA Research
Author: Berryhill, David L.
Description: A brief history of recombinant DNA is leads this article. Early in the history of recombinant DNAs, there was a fear that some of these could present public health threats and, therefor, needed to be regulated. Over time, as fears began to dissipate, the regulation of these fell more and more under institutional control and monitoring. The North Dakota State University is given as an example of institutional self-regulation regarding recombinant DNAs. It is the goal of of the Institutional Biosafety Committee to assure that field testing involving these be absolutely safe and environmentally sound to guard against any unforeseen, negative recombinant DNA incidents.
Date: 1988
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6263

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