NHGRI Says It Won t Publish Final Human-Genome Draft | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, July 31 - Come next April, there will be a lot of high-visibility celebrations heralding the completion of the final draft of the human-genome sequence. Just don't expect to see a journal article like the one that made public the first draft in February 2001.

 

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