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Manual annotation - a great way to stay productive outside of the lab

Manual annotation is a great way to stay productive and engage undergraduates when you are not able to do research in the lab. The i5k Workspace@NAL has many genomes open for manual annotation, and we can set up our resources for your favorite (public) genome if we don't host it yet. 

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