NEW YORK, Dec 14 - Over 10 papers related to aspects of the human genome project have been submitted to journals for simultaneous publication early next year, said John McPherson, co-director of the Genome Sequencing Center at Washington University in St. Louis.

Among these is the genome mapping paper, for which McPherson serves as lead author. While McPherson declined to say where he submitted this paper, he confirmed that it had not been submitted to Science .

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