NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The J. Craig Venter Institute will train a group of US Department of Agriculture scientists in genomic annotation and analysis methods that they may use later in their own research projects, JCVI said Monday.

Members of JCVI's Eukaryotic Genome Annotation and Analysis Team will train 40 Agricultural Research Service scientists this week in Lubbock, Texas, in how to use the search tools and methods JCVI scientists use to annotate, analyze, and compare eukaryotic genomes.

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