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Wednesday, March 08, 2000

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The Washington Post Celera Leaves Door Open To Genetic Research Deal
"A Rockville biotechnology company involved in a rollicking fight over efforts to unravel the human genetic code said yesterday that it remains open to the possibility of collaboration with federally funded researchers pursuing the same goal."

On a central bone of contention--how long commercial restrictions should apply to the combined database--the sides do not appear that far apart. Negotiators from the public genome project have offered Celera up to a year of protection, while Celera executives have told The Washington Post they would accept three years. "

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