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Acknowledgements of all those who have contributed to the development of this course.
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Many thanks to all those who are and were involved in the Bacterial genomes: From DNA to Protein Function using Bioinfomatics Course’s development, refinements, and presentations.

Lead Educators and Developers
Dr. Anna Protasio, Dr. Christine Boinett, Martin Aslett and Matthew Dorman

Programme Lead Educator Professor Nicholas Thomson
Programme Education Lead Dr. Pamela Black

Team Leader, Sequence Families Group, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute Dr Rob Finn

Sir Henry Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK, and Lecturer at King Mongkut University of Technology, Thailand Dr Claire Chewapreecha

Contributor from Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia Dr. Pablo Tsukayama

Testers Emily Balance Gao, Louise Balance Gao, Chris Black, Dr. Ulrike Böhme, Mary Dicks, Dr. Paula Dobosz, Mike Gatford, Ashwini Krishna, Vika Lebedeva-Baxter, Dr Alan McLintic, Tapoka Mkandawire, Dr. Jeffrey Philippson, Dr. Mike Quail, Dr. Adam Reid, Cristian Riccio, Dr. Francesca Short, Dr. Mqondisi Tshabalala, and Dr. Arporn (Koi) Wangwiwatsin.

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