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Principles for building public-private partnerships to benefit food safety, nutrition, and health research
Version of Record online: 11 OCT 2013
© 2013 International Life Sciences Institute
Volume 71, Issue 10, pages 682–691, October 2013
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Rowe, S., Alexander, N., Kretser, A., Steele, R., Kretsch, M., Applebaum, R., Clydesdale, F., Cummins, D., Hentges, E., Navia, J., Jarvis, A. and Falci, K. (2013), Principles for building public-private partnerships to benefit food safety, nutrition, and health research. Nutrition Reviews, 71: 682–691. doi: 10.1111/nure.12072
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Appendix S1 Organizations with principles on public-private partnerships
Appendix S2 Summary of interview process, including organizations represented, questions asked, and representative comments from interviewees.
Appendix S3 Summary of NIH/USDA workshop “Nutrition Translation from Bench to Food Supply – Matrix of Prioritization Criteria for Research Questions”
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