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  • seqadmin
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    Hello Masklin!

    We're in the process of updating many things on the website. I'll be sure to update the Help section about changing the avatars and I'll notify you once I do.

    We look forward to your future questions!

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  • Masklin
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    Greetings from Sweden

    Hello,

    I'm a newly employed bioinformatician, working with clinical neurogenetics. I am newly graduated and there is no senior bioinformatician in my group so I will need to turn to the internet for many a question...

    Good day!

    PS. The Help section about changing avatar is outdated, as far as I can tell. Please advise :-]
    Last edited by Masklin; 10-19-2022, 01:58 AM.

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