Should Bioterror Fear Make Sequences Secret? For TIGR s Fraser It s a Qualified No | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan. 14 - Despite fears that bioterrorists will use DNA sequence data to create 21st century superpathogens, genomic science should remain public, The Institute for Genomic Research head Claire Fraser said at a special National Academies meeting on national security and the life sciences last week.


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