Economic issues to consider for gene drivesMitchell, PDB, Z.; McRoberts, N., Journal of Responsible Innovation, 5:S180-S202. 2018.
We examine four economic issues regarding gene drive applications made possible by gene editing technologies. First, whether gene drives are self-sustaining or self-limiting will largely determine which types of organizations have incentives to develop and deploy gene drives and ...
Keywords: agriculture, biotechnology, climate-change, CRISPR-Cas9, crop insurance, gene editing, green-revolution, happiness, History & Philosophy of Science, human-development index, invasive, malaria, mosquito-vectored diseases, population, safety, species, technology, united-states
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