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E-commerce and biological weapons nonproliferation: Online marketplaces challenge export controls to reduce the risk that rogue states or terrorists could acquire the capacity to produce biological weapons


E-commerce and biological weapons nonproliferation: Online marketplaces challenge export controls to reduce the risk that rogue states or terrorists could acquire the capacity to produce biological weapons



Embo Reports 16(11): 1415-1420



ISSN/ISBN: 1469-221X

PMID: 26459558

DOI: 10.15252/embr.201541232


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