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Geographical Indications in Pakistan: The Need for Legal and Institutional Reforms and Economic Development.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2014-09)
Geographical indications assumed prominence in terms of juridical development and economic importance with their inclusion in the TRIPS Agreement. Due to their nexus with place of origin, the importance of agricultural ...
Public health related TRIPS flexibilities and South-South co-operation as enablers of treatment access in Eastern and Southern Africa: perspectives from producing and importing countries
(Queen Mary University of London, 2015-02)
Eastern and southern Africa, a region that is home to a twentieth of the world’s population, accounts for half the number of people living with HIV globally, including an increasingly drug resistant Tuberculosis epidemic. ...
The characterisation of growth hormone-related cardiac disease with magnetic resonance imaging & The effects of growth hormone dysregulation on adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase in cardiac tissue
(Queen Mary University of London, 2012)
Chronic growth hormone (GH) excess, acromegaly, causes a specific cardiomyopathy, which remains poorly understood. The pattern of hypertrophy is distinct from other forms of cardiac disease and begins to appear before ...