NEW YORK, Dec 21 - Science magazine has named the sequencing of the human and other genomes as the top scientific advance of 2000, the American Academy for the Advancement of Science announced Thursday.

The genome sequencing tops a list of ten leading scientific developments for the year 2000are to be published in the December 22nd issue of the journal.

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