As Celera Nears Finish Line, Myers Prepares for Post-Assembly Challenges | GenomeWeb

ROCKVILLE, Md.-- Celera Genomics said on June 1 that it had begun to deliver partial assemblies of the human genome to its database subscribers and that it expected to announce the completed assembly this month. An assembled genome, the company explained, “is one in which the location and exact order of letters of genetic code along the chromosomes is known.”


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