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The Skate Genome Annotation Workshops and Jamborees are intended to offer training and opportunities for faculty and students to work with and annotate genome sequences. The workshops include lectures, tutorials and exercises annotating the genome of the little skate, Leucoraja erinacea.
Each state held a Mitochondrion Genome Annotation Jamboree bringing together past workshop participants to annotate the complete sequence of the little skate mitochondrial genome sequence. Annotation results from the five states will be combined and reviewed by the organizers. The final annotation and DNA sequence will be submitted to GenBank, and the annotation activities have been summarized and reported in a submitted manuscript.
This is the final workshop and will be held at the University of Delaware. Topics will include genome annotation basics, overview of automated annotation, GenBank submission tutorial and hands-on annotation exercises.
With nearly two dozen participants, the primary goal of this Skate Genome Annotation Workshop was to train participants in how to annotate skate transcriptome sequences to facilitate annotation of skate genome sequences. This workshop was held at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory.
The first workshop was held at the University of Delaware and drew 27 student participants and 11 faculty from seven different universities and colleges. Topics included Genome sequencing using Next-Gen, Genome Assembly and Analysis, introduction to sequence, gene and protein resources, sequence similarity searching, genome sequence analysis, gene finding, genome browsers, genome annotation platform and protein bioinformatics.
Workshops are sponsored by the IDeA Network for Biomedical Excellence (INBRE) Program from the National Center of Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health (grant number 3P20RR016472-09S2).
Funding provided by:
NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences INBRE Program
National Science Foundation EPSCoR Program
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