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    • Animal Biopharming in New Zealand Drivers, Scenarios and Practical Implications 

      Goven, J.; Hunt, L.; Shamy, D.; Heinemann, J.A. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2008)
      The research presented here is premised on the assumption that in order to evaluate the risks and benefits, the desirability and ethics of a technology, we must know how it is likely to interact with its context. The ...
    • Human lactoferrin biopharming in New Zealand scientific risk assessment 

      Heinemann, J.A. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2008)
      Animals but especially plants and microbes are a source of a significant proportion of our medicines and industrial compounds. Arguably, their cultivation and preservation for this purpose is nothing new. However, the ...