Enraged Researcher Shuts Down Public Sequence Database, Claiming Unfair Use--Science | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 15-An angry Woods Hole microbiologist has shut down a public website of raw sequence data, charging that a rival team has published a journal article that relies heavily on the public database.

 

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