Special Issue "oMICS in AFRICA": Power to the people - Moving 21st century integrative biology from lab to village to innovation ecosystems
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology, Mary Ann Liebert Inc., Volume 18, Number 7, p.399-401 (2014)
Keywords:Africa, bioethics, biomedicine, biotechnology, ecosystem health, editorial, genomics, human, human microbiome project, integrative biology, Knowledge base, laboratory, medical literature, medical sociology, metabolomics, microbiome, nonhuman, priority journal, proteomics, rural population
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Vab c l Özdemir, Downey, R. Ad, Lin, Bef, Dove, E. Sg, Özkan, Bh, Warnich, Li, and Ferguson, L. Rjk, “Special Issue "oMICS in AFRICA": Power to the people - Moving 21st century integrative biology from lab to village to innovation ecosystems”, OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology, vol. 18, pp. 399-401, 2014.
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