Original Drosophila Authors Question Nature s Decision to Publish Paper on Flawed Annotation | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 16 – Authors of the annotated Drosophila genome published in Science in March 2000 have voiced doubts about Nature ’s decision to publish a paper that highlights a number of errors in the initial release of the data.

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