Release network

September 1991
New Scientist;9/21/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1787, p20
The article reports on the formation of the Information Resource for the Release of Organisms. Owners of all the data bases storing information about the release of genetically altered organisms into the environment have agreed to allow access to their data through a single network.


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