Storm Erupts Over Terms for Publishing Celera's Sequence

@article{Marshall2000StormEO,
  title={Storm Erupts Over Terms for Publishing Celera's Sequence},
  author={Eliot Marshall},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={290},
  pages={2042 - 2043}
}
A dispute has been raging behind the scenes for weeks over the conditions under which Celera Genomics is prepared to make its human genome sequence data publicly available. The argument went public on 6 December, when geneticist Michael Ashburner e-mailed an open letter to Science's board of reviewing editors and members of the press slamming an agreement on data release that Science had reached with Celera as a condition for accepting its paper for review. This spat is the latest round in an… Expand

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