Principals behind joint-venture proposal and public effort seek to define relationships
The private effort, a joint venture between Perkin-Elmer Inc., a Norwalk, Conn., manufacturer of sequencing equipment, and J. Craig Venter , president and director of The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) in Rockville, Md., would be embodied by a new company formed to sequence the entire human genome by 2001, and at an estimated cost of $150...
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