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Clarification

The articles "Today's Peptide Chemists Face A Dizzying Array of Synthesizer Choices" (S. Veggeberg, The Scientist, Jan. 23, 1995, page 17) and "Immunological Applications Top List Of Peptide-Synthesis Services" (K.Y. Kreeger, The Scientist, June 24, 1996, page 18) incorrectly listed the company name of Gilson Inc. in Middleton, Wis. In the article "Scientists Struggling With Concerns Raised By Genome Project Progress" (S. Benowitz, The Scientist, July 8, 1996, page 1), Paul R. Billings was inc

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The articles "Today's Peptide Chemists Face A Dizzying Array of Synthesizer Choices" (S. Veggeberg, The Scientist, Jan. 23, 1995, page 17) and "Immunological Applications Top List Of Peptide-Synthesis Services" (K.Y. Kreeger, The Scientist, June 24, 1996, page 18) incorrectly listed the company name of Gilson Inc. in Middleton, Wis.

In the article "Scientists Struggling With Concerns Raised By Genome Project Progress" (S. Benowitz, The Scientist, July 8, 1996, page 1), Paul R. Billings was incorrectly identified. He is deputy chief of staff at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System in Palo Alto, Calif.

The article "Software Helps Researchers In Sorting Through The Human Genome" (R. Lewis, The Scientist, July 22, 1996, page 18) inadvertently omitted two important points concerning products from Genetics Computer Group (GCG) of Madison, Wis. First, pending per-user charges are for external users...

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