Learn to Use the Major Genome Browsers for Free

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For a limited time, you can now receive free training on three of the major Genome Browsers (Ensembl, NCBI Map Viewer, and UCSC Genome Browser). These Genome Browsers are powerful, free, publicly accessible bioinformatics tools.

— For a limited time, you can now receive free training on three of the major Genome Browsers (Ensembl, NCBI Map Viewer, and UCSC Genome Browser). These Genome Browsers are powerful, free, publicly accessible bioinformatics tools.

The self-run tutorials run within a web browser, presenting an audio-visual tutorial on the genome browsers. People interested in taking these tutorials can find out more information at http://trainings.openhelix.com.

To take advantage of these free tutorials, participants only need to commit to taking evaluation surveys. Those completing the training and surveys will be eligible for a drawing for an iPod Photo or equivalent American Express gift check.

This training is free for two months only, so sign up today.

About OpenHelix, LLC.

OpenHelix, LLC, is the market leader in providing knowledge on bioinformatics tools you need when you need it. OpenHelix provides online self-run tutorials, web seminars, and on-site training for institutions and companies on a wide range of bioinformatics databases and tools. In addition, OpenHelix also is contracted by bioinformatics tool providers to provide comprehensive, long-term training and outreach programs.

About OpenHelix

OpenHelix has its headquarters in Seattle, with offices in San Francisco and Boston. Further information can be found on http://www.openhelix.com or by calling 1-888-861-5051.

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