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By Andy Coghlan CELERA, the company which shared the glory for sequencing the human genome last summer, now faces claims that its data may be riddled with errors. As many as half the company’s gene sequences for the fruit fly may contain mistakes, says Samuel Karlin, a mathematician at Stanford University in California. His work suggests there might be many errors in other genomes that have been sequenced using similar techniques, he says. But others have defended the results. “I would take 50 per cent correct as a compliment, not a criticism,
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