Genome Project Changes Course, Submits Sequence Paper to Nature | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec 13 - In the latest twist on the path to publish the human genome, the International Human Genome Project has abandoned initial plans to have its main sequence and analysis paper published in Science and has instead submitted it to Nature , GenomeWeb has learned.

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