At 02:55 PM 2/13/01, you wrote:
>The article is about James Kent, a graduate student
>who wrote a gene assembly program called GigAssembler.
> His program allowed the public Human Genome Project
>to beat by three days the private effort by Celera.
??? The public effort did *not* beat Celera's effort. Celera finished ahead
with a higher quality sequencing. That's why major companies and
institutions (such as the entire University of California system) are
paying big money for the data.
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