Zebrafish Sequence Set to Wrap at Sanger by Mid-2005 | GenomeWeb

COLD SPRING HARBOR, NY, May 9 - A project to map the zebrafish genome is expected to wrap up by the middle of 2005, but the three prominent research groups that have undertaken the project will make data public as they become available, a mapper told GenomeWeb today.

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