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NEW YORK, Dec 12 – Barbara Jasny, supervisory senior editor at Science, wrote in an e-mail to GenomeWeb on Tuesday that the journal would not make the terms of the material transfer agreement for access to Celera's data public until the paper is published.

" Science and Celera have been negotiating for mutually agreeable terms," she wrote, adding that the terms are being discussed with " many advisors."

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