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**Non-OSAT Documents** These documents (mostly MTAs or documents meant to act like MTAs) were collected from those used by other open science oriented organizations. Each document reflects a particular set of approaches specific to the organization that created and uses it. They differ from the OSAT documents in many ways but represent attempts by different organizations to implement open science in their unique context. Some, like the BioBricks OpenMTA display an admirable simplicity and permissiveness; others, like the UK Biobank MTA are more complex and reflect a different set of concerns and considerations emerging from the public nature of the UK Biobank. We invite you to have a look and see what kind of approach may work for you. Also feel free to comment and ask questions, but remember that the OSAT is not a law firm and nothing said in this project should be taken as legal advice (though it can furnish you with some excellent knowledge to use as a basis for your discussions with your legal representative).
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