Venter Fumes at Computational Biologists for Turning Blind Eye To PNAS Paper | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, April 18 - Craig Venter chastised an audience of computational biologists at a meeting here today for failing to respond to the "shady statistical arguments" used in a recent attack on Celera's whole-genome shotgun technique.

 

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