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|Assignment 1 - Comparative Genomics||Sept. 26
|Assignment 2 -Genome Organization||Oct. 12
|Assignment 3 - Databases||Nov. 9
|Assignment 4 - Genome Assembly||Nov. 21
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respect to topic and dates. These will be finalized as the
course progresses. Unshaded assignments are the final
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