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Submissions on digital sequence information (DSI)

This page contains all submissions on DSI, as received by the Secretary in accordance with the following notifications: NCP GB8-016 MYPoW/DSI and NCP GB8-020 MYPoW/DSI.

The Secretary will compile the views received and make them available to Contracting Parties for the Eighth Session of the Governing Body .

Submission

By

Date of submission

Ecuador

Contracting Party

23/01/2019

Syria

Contracting Party

03/02/2019

Spain

Contracting Party

19/03/2019

Kuwait

Contracting Party

31/03/2019

Canada

Contracting Party

01/04/2019

Central African Republic

Contracting Party

01/04/2019

United States of America

Contracting Party

08/04/2019

Germany

Contracting Party

11/04/2019

Japan

Contracting Party

26/04/2019

Argentina

Contracting Party

30/04/2019

Italy

Contracting Party

06/05/2019

Belgium

Contracting Party

16/05/2019

Namibia

Contracting Party

17/05/2019

Eswatini

Contracting Party

17/05/2019

Brazil

Contracting Party

17/05/2019

Poland

Contracting Party

20/05/2019

Republic of Korea

Contracting Party

27/05/2019

United Kingdom

Contracting Party

28/06/2019

the Netherlands

Contracting Party

28/06/2019

Submission

By

Date of submission

Manuel Ruiz & others

Other stakeholders and individuals

21/03/2019

ESA

Other stakeholders and individuals

21/03/2019

ISF

Other stakeholders and individuals

28/03/2018

NordGen

Other stakeholders and individuals

06/05/2019

IPC
EN - FR- ES

Other stakeholders and individuals

16/05/2019

FIAN

Other stakeholders and individuals

17/05/2019

FLEDGE

Other stakeholders and individuals

17/05/2019

ACB

Other stakeholders and individuals

17/05/2019

TWN

Other stakeholders and individuals

17/05/2019

 

 

There is a recognition that there are a multiplicity of terms that have been used in this area (including, inter alia, “genetic sequence data”, “genetic sequence information”, “genetic information”, “dematerialized genetic resources”, “in silico utilization”, etc.) and that further consideration is needed regarding the appropriate term or terms to be used.

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