- news in brief. // Nature;7/6/2000, Vol. 406 Issue 6791, p9
Presents several science-related news briefs as of July, 2000. Proposal by the United States Senate to increase the following year's budget for the National Institutes of Health (NIH); Details of Australia's deal with Celera Genomics to allow researchers access to the database of the human...
- The revolution has begun. Coghlan, Andy; Le Page, Michael // New Scientist;02/17/2001, Vol. 169 Issue 2278, p4
Discusses controversy regarding the mapping of the human genome. The disputes between publicly-funded Human Genome Project (HGP) and the private company Celera Genomics; Claim of HGP researcher John Sulston that Celera's method is not greatly superior to HGP's draft genome; The HPG's use of...
- Publication of human genomes sparks fresh sequence debate. Butler, Declan // Nature;2/15/2001, Vol. 409 Issue 6822, p747
Focuses on disputes between the publicly-funded Human Genome Project (HGP) and the company Celera Genomics regarding differences in human gene mapping strategy. Description of HGP's strategy, in which the genome is split up and inserted into bacterial artificial chromosomes (BAC); Celera...
- Human genome published. Bouchie, Aaron // Nature Biotechnology;Mar2001, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p191
Reports on the publication of human genome sequence on February 12, 2001 in the U.S. by the public human Genome Project and Celera Genomics Corp. Features of the published human genome sequence.
- Human genome 90% done. Grisham, Julie // Nature Biotechnology;Feb2000, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p133
Reports on the announcement made by biotechnology company Celera Genomics Corp. on January 10, 2000 that it had completed the sequence for 90 percent of the human genome. Increase in the share prices of the company after the announcement; Tasks to be taken up by the company after the completion...
- Genome debate continues. Grisham, Julie // Nature Biotechnology;May2000, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p475
Reports on the debate between the two working groups working to complete the sequence of human genome which is reported to have begun on April six 2000 following Rockville, Maryland-based Celera Genomics Corp.'s announcement of the completion of the genome sequencing of one person. Time...
- Working draft of the human genome completed. Dobson, Roger // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2000, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p1168
Reports on the compilations of the human genome deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) from the Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics, a biotechnology company. Coverage of the Human Genome Project; Coordinated work on DNA; Matching of genes with functions and detection of genetic variations; ...
- Rival demands sink genome alliance plans. Loder, Natasha // Nature;3/9/2000, Vol. 404 Issue 6774, p117
Reports on the failure of the Human Genome Project (HGP) and the private firm Celera to come to terms for a collaborative effort on human genome sequencing. Opposition of HGP to privileged access to data; Compromise offered by Celera; Extension of commercial rights to research applications.
- Critics challenge Celera's claims over human genome sequence... Smaglik, Paul // Nature;4/13/2000, Vol. 404 Issue 6779, p691
Reports on the criticisms by the Human Genome Project (HGP) against the claims of Celera Genomics that the company succeeded in sequencing the human genome. Coverage of the sequencing of the genome; Strategy of Celera in sequencing the genome; Clone-by-clone sequencing by the HGP.