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Will you be attending the American Society for Cell Biology 2016 National Meeting? If so, be sure to join us for a Tech Talk and at our booth (#939).

The Tech Talk, “Five Useful Teaching Examples Using NCBI BLAST”, is in Theater 2 on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 5:30 PM PDT. We will present demonstrations that highlight features of BLAST. More information on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

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Remember, applications for the January hackathon are due next Wednesday. Apply here: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Application for Participation in January 2017 Biomedical Informatics...

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Evidence Viewer has been retired. For current evidence supporting annotated gene structures, see Gene. More information on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

Evidence Viewer has been retired

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Are you a student, postdoc, or investigator already engaged in using medical informatics data or pipelines for genomic analyses of next generation sequencing data?
Join us for a hackathon on the NIH campus: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Application for Participation in January 2017 Biomedical Informatics...

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Are you a student, postdoc, or investigator already engaged in using medical informatics data or pipelines for genomic analyses of next generation sequencing data?

Join us for a hackathon on the NIH campus: [ Goo.gl Link ]

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Genome Workbench 2.11.5 is here! New features include use of encrypted HTTPS protocol, multiple feature table loading, and improved exporting. For a full list of changes, please see the Genome Workbench release notes [ Nlm.nih.gov Link ].

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Don’t forget to sign up for Thursday’s webinar, NCBI Resources for Agricultural Research [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]

NCBI Resources for Agricultural Research

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RefSeq Release 79 is now available on the FTP site, online and through NCBI’s E-utilities. Please note that GI sequence identifiers will be removed from flat file and FASTA formats in the March 2017 RefSeq FTP release. For more details about RefSeq release 79, please see the latest story on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

RefSeq release 79 now available

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On November 17th, NCBI will present a workshop for researchers interested in agriculturally important organisms. In the first part of the webinar, participants will learn to effectively use the NCBI website and BLAST to find relevant data including sequence, variation, gene and expression information. The second part of the webinar will focus on accessing large-scale genomics datasets. [...
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NCBI Resources for Agricultural Research

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RefSeq Release 79 is now available on the FTP site, online and through NCBI’s E-utilities. For more details about RefSeq release 79, please see the latest story on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

Please note that GI sequence identifiers will be removed from flat file and FASTA formats in the March 2017 RefSeq FTP release.

RefSeq release 79 now available

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Don’t forget to sign up for next Wednesday’s webinar, PubMed for Clinicians [ Bit.ly Link ]

PubMed for Clinicians

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This month, NLM In Focus interviewed Dr. Kim Pruitt, staff scientist at NCBI. Dr. Pruitt shares how a subscription to Science magazine paid off, why she learned to interrupt people, and how she feels about working at NIH.

Focus on NLM Scientists: Kim Pruitt Has Built a Career on Passion and Persistence

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Sign up for next Wednesday’s NCBI Minute, where we’ll introduce BLAST databases that produce cleaner search results [ Bit.ly Link ]

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As announced in March, NCBI is now in the process of removing GI numbers from the presentations of nucleotide and protein sequence records. For more details about affected presentations (i.e., flat file, FASTA views, and the web) and how to obtain GI numbers, see the latest story on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

GI numbers will be removed from sequence record presentations

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Today’s ASHG schedule:

GRC Workshop 1 – 4 pm Pacific | Room 17, East Building

The workshop will cover updates and developments from the Genome Reference Consortium and Genome in a Bottle.

See more of NCBI’s activities at ASHG on our Conferences& Presentations page: [ Nlm.nih.gov Link ]

Conferences & Presentations - Learn - NCBI

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The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel provides a quick overview of NCBI activities at this year’s upcoming ASHG meeting related to ClinVar, dbGaP, GRCh38 and other topics. [ Youtu.be Link ]

NCBI staff members will be at Exhibit booth #521, where attendees can get answers and provide input for the future development of NCBI human genome resources.

NCBI Staff at ASHG 2016

Learn about the science and the people from NCBI who will be at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) meeting in Vancouver, BC, October,...

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On October 26th, NCBI staff will introduce two new BLAST databases: the RefSeq Representative Genomes database and the Model Organisms or Landmark protein database.

Date and time: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT
Registration URL: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The RefSeq Representative Genomes database contains the NCBI-selected Reference and Representative Genome nucleotide assemblies....
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NCBI Minute: New BLAST Databases Give Cleaner Results

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The new version of NCBI’s Multiple Sequence Alignment Viewer (MSA Viewer), a graphical display for the multiple alignments of nucleotide and protein sequences, has an improved rendering mechanism, improved navigation, and improved security and compatibility with HTTPS protocols.

A full list of new features, improvements, and bug fixes is available in the MSA Viewer release notes: [...
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CCDS release 20 for human adds >1K new IDs, 98 genes. Read more on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

CCDS release 20 for human now public in Gene

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