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Tuesday, March 07, 2000

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Wired News Celera Refutes Accusations
"Celera Genomics president and CEO Craig Venter said Tuesday that his company is willing to continue "good faith discussions toward collaboration" with the public Human Genome Project.

Venter, responding to an ultimatum in a letter from the HGP made public Monday, said he was disappointed by the "dramatically distorted" assertions in the note. He denied accusations that he had blown off making a decision on further talks and scolded the consortium for going public with its claims against Celera."

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