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i5k Workspace webinar 8/18: Apollo functionality for editing annotation structure

Our next i5k Workspace webinar will be August 18th at 1 pm MDT.

Title: Manual annotation using the Apollo software

The webinar will last 1 hour, and will cover Apollo functionality for editing annotation structure:

  • Adding and removing exons;
  • Merging and splitting gene models;
  • Adjusting UTRs;
  • Adding isoforms based on RNA-Seq evidence;
  • Changing the sequence start, stop, and open reading frame;
  • Working with splice sites;
  • Genome sequence alterations;
  • Adding non-coding features.

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A recording of this webinar can be provided on request.