ECCO model documents for Material Deposit and Transfer Agreements in compliance with the Nagoya Protocol | ABSCH-A19A20-SCBD-252690 | Model Contractual Clauses, Codes of Conduct, Guidelines, Best Practices and/or Standard | Access and Benefit-Sharing Clearing-House

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Model Contractual Clauses, Codes of Conduct, Guidelines, Best Practices and/or Standard (A19A20)

  published:23 Oct 2020

ECCO model documents for Material Deposit and Transfer Agreements in compliance with the Nagoya Protocol
Gerard Verkley, Giancarlo Perrone, Mery Piña, Amber Hartman Scholz, Jörg Overmann, Aurora Zuzuarregui, Iolanda Perugini, Benedetta Turchetti, Marijke Hendrickx, Glyn Stacey, Samantha Law, Julie Russell, David Smith, Nelson Lima
2020
- Organization: European Culture Collections' Organisation (ECCO)
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European Culture Collections' Organisation (ECCO)
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    • Model contractual clauses
    Paper and supplementary materials are downloadable in MS word and pdf format
        The paper and supplementary materials were published in FEMS Microbiology Letters 367, Issue 5, March 2020. Copyrights with the authors, on behalf of ECCO
        • Europe - All countries
          • Access to genetic resources (Article 15 of the CBD)
          • Nagoya Protocol
          • Access
          • Access to genetic resources
          • For commercial use
          • For non-commercial use
          • Compliance
          • Access and Benefit-sharing Clearing-House
          • Model contractual clauses
          • ABS legislative, administrative or policy measures
          • Commercial purpose
          • Non-commercial purposes
          • Microorganism
          • Fungi
          • Wild species
          • Domesticated species and/or cultivated species
          • All areas of access of the genetic resource
          • Ex-situ
          • Users of genetic resources
          • Intellectual property rights
          • sectoral
          • transfer/exchange of genetic resources
            Additional Information
            The European Culture Collections’ Organisation (ECCO, www.eccosite.org) was founded as a non-profit organisation in 1981 with the mission to support the interests of European culture collections of microorganisms (bacteria, archaea, fungi, viruses, and cell lines of plant, animal and human origin) and help them to improve scientific and technical standards. Furthermore, it endeavours to inform and support users of material maintained by microbial collections. In order for culture collections to qualify for corporate membership in ECCO, they: (i) have to be registered in the WFCC-MIRCEN World Data Centre for Microorganisms database (WDCM, www.wdcm.org), (ii) have an online searchable strain catalogue of their holdings, and (iii) supply their material to the scientific user community. At present ECCO has 76 corporate members in 26 European countries. The total number of strains preserved by all ECCO collections is estimated at 500,000. ECCO meetings are held annually and hosted by one of the member collections.