In Bruising Article, HGP Scientists Trounce Celera s Sequencing Effort | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 5 - They're at it again.

The long-simmering struggle over two competing versions of the human genome erupted in print again on Tuesday as the backers of the publicly funded Human Genome Project lobbed fresh accusations that Celera's sequence leaned too heavily on public data.

 

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