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This front matter section of the book The Intersection of International Law, Agricultural Biotechnology, and Infectious Disease contains the table of contents, information about the author, list of abbreviations and the introduction. Biotechnology possesses the potential to revolutionize genetics, agriculture, public health mechanisms, and environmental management and conservation. The applications of biotechnology are multi-faceted and innovative, exceeding previously conceived boundaries of science. Biotechnology is also responsible for significant advances in human genetics, genomics, stem cell research, and cloning.

Keywords: agricultural biotechnology; infectious disease; International Law

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