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Surpassing The Material: The Human Rights Implications Of Informed Consent In Bioprospecting Cells Derived From Indigenous People Groups, Annie O. Wu Jan 2000

Surpassing The Material: The Human Rights Implications Of Informed Consent In Bioprospecting Cells Derived From Indigenous People Groups, Annie O. Wu

Washington University Law Review

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Biotechnology And The Legal Constitution Of The Self: Managing Identity In Science, The Market, And Society, Jonathan Kahn Jan 2000

Biotechnology And The Legal Constitution Of The Self: Managing Identity In Science, The Market, And Society, Jonathan Kahn

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This article considers how certain ideas underlying the tort of appropriation may enable use more effectively to deal with the problems presented by a case such Moore v. Regents of the University of California which dealt with property rights of Moore’s spleen cells. First, the author explores how the tort of appropriation of identity opens up new approaches to inform and perhaps supplement principles of property law as a guide to managing genetic information or other materials that seem intimately bound up with a particular human subject. Secondly, the author analyzes how the various opinions produced by the Supreme ...