Celera, Genome Project s Sequence Papers Reflect Ongoing Feud | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb 11 - The human genome sequencing race may be over, but as Celera and the Human Genome Project prepare to unveil their official accounts of their sequencing efforts in competing journals this week, the battle to claim first prize continues to smolder.

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