Scientists Raise Concerns About Revisions to Human Research Regulations
Scientists Raise Concerns About Revisions to Human Research Regulations
Authors of a new paper take issue with revisions to regulations on biospecimen research enacted last month, and argue that cell lines should be treated differently from other biospecimens.
Scientists Raise Concerns About Revisions to Human Research Regulations
Scientists Raise Concerns About Revisions to Human Research Regulations

Authors of a new paper take issue with revisions to regulations on biospecimen research enacted last month, and argue that cell lines should be treated differently from other biospecimens.

Authors of a new paper take issue with revisions to regulations on biospecimen research enacted last month, and argue that cell lines should be treated differently from other biospecimens.

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