Reaching Their Goal Early, Sequencing Labs Celebrate

  title={Reaching Their Goal Early, Sequencing Labs Celebrate},
  author={Elizabeth Pennisi},
  pages={409 - 409}
  • E. Pennisi
  • Published 18 April 2003
  • Biology, Physics
  • Science
HUMAN GENOMEIt may sound like science by press release, as no formal report has been published, but the news is spectacular all the same: The International Human Genome Sequencing Consortium announced on 14 April that it has completed its work. 
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