NEW YORK, July 24 - Celera Genomics may be responsible for generating the genomic data that will fuel Applera's new $75 million initiative to reach commercial success, but its sister company Applied Biosystems will initially benefit the most from Celera's genome and SNP mapping activities, executives for the companies said Tuesday.

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