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New PNAS Paper Criticizes Celera’s WGS Approach

Looks like the dust hasn’t quite settled on the disagreement between the Human Genome Project and Celera. In a paper in this week’s Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Robert Waterston, Eric Lander, and John Sulston analyze whether Celera’s paper on its sequence of the human genome “provides a meaningful test of the whole-genome shotgun approach on a mammalian genome.”

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