This pact to share genetic resources, including animals, plants, and fungi, came at the end of a two-week conference in Nagoya, Japan of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in October 2010. This new act, a protocol to the convention, will establish an International Regime on Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources, which will basically serve as guidelines for international cooperation in the transfer of genetic resources for scientific research.
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