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Genome Annotation using Apollo at EMBL-ABR: SBI Node

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Room M020, K-H13 Red Centre

Kensington Campus

University of NSW

Kensington, NSW

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This workshop will include a short background lecture on the fundamentals of gene prediction and genome annotation followed by a hands-on component where we will conduct manual curation exercises using Apollo.

The workshop has been organised by EMBL-ABR and will be led by Dr Monica Munoz-Torres from Phoenix Bioinformatics who is an expert in genome annotation, current chair of the International Society for Biocuration Executive Committee, and former Project Manager of the Apollo Project.

Monica will be joining us direct from the San Francisco Bay Area, and we will have locally trained trainers on hand to help and facilitate the workshop locally.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

Genome Annotation - why is it important?

Gene prediction

- what is a gene

- computation

- annotation

Genome curation

- knowledge

- curation - why is this necessary?

Structural Annotation using Apollo

Biological principles for curation with Apollo

Apollo functionality: step by step

Curation example

Requirements

Participants must bring their own eduroam-enabled laptop with either Chrome or Firefox installed.

Further information

https://www.embl-abr.org.au/genome-annotation-using-apollo-monica-munoz-torres/

or contact Richard Edwards.


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