A pioneering database of human genes is now available for licensing again. But Human Genome Sciences, which controls the database, no longer plans to offer broad access to the data, the company's chairman and chief executive, William A. Haseltine, said over the weekend...full coverage in the Washington Post, July 02, 2001.
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