NEW YORK, Feb 16 - Celera said Friday that 3,000 unique users had logged onto Celera's Consensus Human Genome website in the first five days since it was made available.

The site requires users to register and to sign a lengthy agreement to access the site only if they qualify as “academic users” and are using the site for non-commercial purposes. Users can download a maximum of one megabase of sequence information per week.

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