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Functional annotations are available for all i5k Workspace organisms

We have computed and made available functional annotations for all i5k Workspace organisms! We hope that these new resources are useful for your research. We welcome your feedback on these annotations - feel free to reach out via our contact form,, or via email. 

The best way to find functional annotations for your organism is by searching for "[Genus species] functional annotation"  (e.g. "Amyelois transitella functional annotation").

Learn more about the functional annotation pipeline: