EDITORIAL: Venter s Last Laugh? Or Collins Last Stand? | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec 13 - The White House managed to broker a deal to get Francis Collins and Craig Venter to share the credit for sequencing the human genome , but based on Collins’ recent letter to Science it appears that a repeat performance, at least in print, is unlikely to happen.

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