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"...The focus on legal, ethical, and industrial issues, as well as the tone of the scientific articles, make [The SAGE Encyclopedia of Stem Cell Research, Second Edition] appropriate for academic institutions with or without stem cell research programs. It would also benefit institutions with science journalism or medical communications programs. Large public libraries with extensive reference budgets may be interested as well."
"The second edition of this encyclopedia updates the 2009 set and still features authoritative signed articles aimed at general readers and undergraduate students....This encyclopedia is recommended for academic and large public libraries, and libraries owning the first edition will want to replace it with this update."
"The target audience for this source would include upper-level secondary students and undergraduate students seeking basic stem cell biology information, as well as information on clinical trial updates, legislative information, and information on the ethics of stem cell research... Main entry narratives average two to four pages in length; some entries are divided into subcategory topics.
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