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Published on 04.03.13 in Vol 15, No 3 (2013): March

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Works citing "Utilizing Social Media to Study Information-Seeking and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2313):

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  1. Du L, Kamenova K, Caulfield T. The gene patent controversy on Twitter: a case study of Twitter users’ responses to the CHEO lawsuit against Long QT gene patents. BMC Medical Ethics 2015;16(1)
  2. Robillard JM, Cabral E, Hennessey C, Kwon BK, Illes J. Fueling Hope: Stem Cells in Social Media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 2015;11(4):540
  3. Robillard JM. Communicating in context: a priority for gene therapy researchers. Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy 2015;15(3):315
  4. Robillard JM, Roskams-Edris D, Kuzeljevic B, Illes J. Prevailing Public Perceptions of the Ethics of Gene Therapy. Human Gene Therapy 2014;25(8):740
  5. Shrivastava M, Behari M. Neuroethics: A Moral Approach towards Neuroscience Research. Archives of Neuroscience 2014;2(2)
  6. Oh JS, He D, Jeng W, Mattern E, Bowler L. Linguistic characteristics of eating disorder questions on Yahoo! Answers - content, style, and emotion. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2013;50(1):1