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Intellectual Property Rights, Naturally Derived Bioactive Compounds and Resource Conservation

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ISBN13: 9780444824806
ISBN: 0444824804
Published: June 1998
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Format: Hardback
Price: £151.00

The tropical rainforests have become a focus in the search for new drugs from natural sources, especially from plants. This volume aims to promote a better understanding between scientists and institutions located in the developed and developing countries, in their efforts to search for new medicinal agents from the plants of these forests. The papers have been contributed by scientists and researchers from both the developed and developing countries worldwide, and cover issues relevant to biodiversity prospecting activities. Such issues include rules and regulations on the collection of genetic materials for biological testing; logistical and technical challenges to be faced; sharing the benefits of discovery of potentially useful drug candidates; intellectual property rights; and indigenous property rights.

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Biodiversity prospecting and benefit-sharing - perspectives from the field, D.D. Soejarto; The position of intellectual property rights in drug discovery and development from natural products, M.R. Boyd; Natural products research - perspectives from a major pharmaceutical company, R.P. Borris; Natural product source material use in the pharmaceutical industry - the Glaxo experience, D.M. Turner; Biological diversity indigenous knowledge, drug discovery intellectual property rights - creating reciprocity and maintaining relationships, S.R. King et al; Academic research - policies and practice, S.L. Bertha; Gene co-ops and the biotrade - translating genetic resource rights into sustainable developments, W.V. Reid; Legal issues in sharing the benefits of biodiversity prospecting, T.D. Mays , K.D. Mazan; Medicinal plant genetic resources and international cooperation - the Brazilian perspective, E. Elisabetsky, L. Costa-Campos; Rules and regulations on the collection in Camerron of biological materials for biological testing and drug discovery, J.G. Jato et al; Juridical and sociocultural problem on the definition of a law concerning property, usage and access to genetic resources in Colombia, R. Calle; Politica de manejo y utilizacion de los recursos floristicos en la Republica Dominicana, R. Garcia, C. Roersch; Collection of biological materials in biodiversity prospecting in India - problems and solutions, B.H. Mehrotra; Ley forestal de conservacion de areas naturales y de vida silvestre, V. Villacres et al; Rules and regulations of the government of Vietnam on collection and exportation of biological materials, M.Y. Tri, T.C. Khanh; Derechos de propiedad intelectual en Costa Rica a la luz del convenio sobre diversidad biologica, R. Salazar, J.A. Cabrera; research valorization and exploitation of biological resources for medicinal purposes in the Malagasy Republic Madagascar, F. Randimbivololona; Interest and policies of the state of Sarawak, Malayasia regarding intellectual property rights for plan derived drugs, F.J. Chung; Guidelines and policies on collection of biological specimen in the Philippines, D.A. Madulid; Biodiversity prospecting in Nigeria - seeking equity and reciprocity in intellectual property rights through partnership arrangements and capacity building, M.M. Iwu; Tanzania's policy on biodiversity prospecting and drug discovery programs, R.L.A. Mahunnah, K.E. Mshigeni; Australian deliberations on access to its terrestrial and marine biodiversity, J.T. Baker et al. (Part contents).