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Selected Bibliography

Bailus, A. N., Yu. T. Kalinin, A. V. Stepanov, and G. F. Astashkin. 2003. Gene-engineering insulin for humans: From idea to completion. In Biotechnology and Business. Proceedings of Third International Conference, sponsored by Biokhimmash, Moscow, April 21–22.

Ben Ouagrham, Sonia. 2004. Rosagrobioprom. Monterey, California.

Biokhimmash. 2003. Biotechnology and Business. Proceedings of Third International Conference, sponsored by Biokhimmash, Moscow, April 21–22.

BIOPREPARAT. 2003. Moscow.

Buga, P. G., E. N. Zamuruen, and Yu. A. Chernov. 1994. Higher Educational Institutions of Russia, Catalogue. Izhevsk: Udmurt University Press (in Russian).


CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). 1998a. Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Public Health Response. CDC, Atlanta.

———. 1998b. Preventing Emerging Infectious Diseases, A Strategy for the 21st Century. CDC, Atlanta (reprinted in 2000).


Dye, C. 2005. The Science of Social Diseases. Science 307: 181.


Gokhberg, L., and L. Mindeli. 1998. Research and Development in the Russian Higher Education Sector. Centre for Science Research and Statistics, Moscow.


International Science and Technology Center. 2004. Annual Report. Moscow.


Maksimova, L. 2003. Russian Pharmaceutical/Food Additives Market. U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, Moscow, December 23.

Medical Technology Holding. 2003. Advertising packet. June.

Ministry of Health. 2003. State Report about the Condition of Health of the Population of the Russian Federation in 2002. Moscow (in Russian).

———. 2004a. Concept of the Development of Public Health and Medical Science in the Russian Federation. (Approved by the Russian Government on November 5, 1997, No. 1837.) Moscow, January (in Russian).

———. 2004b. Information about the Structure of Expenditures of the Federal Budget for Financing Public Health (2001–2003). Moscow, January (in Russian).



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Biological Science and Biotechnology in Russia: Controlling Diseases and Enhancing Security Selected Bibliography Bailus, A. N., Yu. T. Kalinin, A. V. Stepanov, and G. F. Astashkin. 2003. Gene-engineering insulin for humans: From idea to completion. In Biotechnology and Business. Proceedings of Third International Conference, sponsored by Biokhimmash, Moscow, April 21–22. Ben Ouagrham, Sonia. 2004. Rosagrobioprom. Monterey, California. Biokhimmash. 2003. Biotechnology and Business. Proceedings of Third International Conference, sponsored by Biokhimmash, Moscow, April 21–22. BIOPREPARAT. 2003. Moscow. Buga, P. G., E. N. Zamuruen, and Yu. A. Chernov. 1994. Higher Educational Institutions of Russia, Catalogue. Izhevsk: Udmurt University Press (in Russian). CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). 1998a. Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Public Health Response. CDC, Atlanta. ———. 1998b. Preventing Emerging Infectious Diseases, A Strategy for the 21st Century. CDC, Atlanta (reprinted in 2000). Dye, C. 2005. The Science of Social Diseases. Science 307: 181. Gokhberg, L., and L. Mindeli. 1998. Research and Development in the Russian Higher Education Sector. Centre for Science Research and Statistics, Moscow. International Science and Technology Center. 2004. Annual Report. Moscow. Maksimova, L. 2003. Russian Pharmaceutical/Food Additives Market. U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, Moscow, December 23. Medical Technology Holding. 2003. Advertising packet. June. Ministry of Health. 2003. State Report about the Condition of Health of the Population of the Russian Federation in 2002. Moscow (in Russian). ———. 2004a. Concept of the Development of Public Health and Medical Science in the Russian Federation. (Approved by the Russian Government on November 5, 1997, No. 1837.) Moscow, January (in Russian). ———. 2004b. Information about the Structure of Expenditures of the Federal Budget for Financing Public Health (2001–2003). Moscow, January (in Russian).

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