Rice Genome Effort Marked by Spirit of Apparent Collaboration | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan 30 - Perhaps the spirit of a genome project is determined by the nature of its subject.  

While the human genome sequencing project was marked by acrimony and competitiveness between public and private worlds, the public and private sequencing of that most pacific of plant codes, the rice genome, seems to offer the potential for collaboration.

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