Over 300,000 annotations have been submitted so far, but we’re not done! Your help is still needed on our open doc sets

On Wednesday, the Mark2Cure development team met with Dr. Hudson Freeze (NGLY1 and CDG expert), Dr. Karen Ho (NGLY1.org’s scientific advisor), and the mighty Mights: Cristina and Matt Might to discuss the progress in Mark2Cure and to get feedback on how to proceed. Since Mark2Cure is NOTHING without our team of Mark2Curators, it would be ridiculous to exclude Mark2Curators on the progress...
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OST doc set at 41% complete, how your contributions count

Our Oxidative Stress Doc set is ~41% complete, while our O-linked Glycosylation Disorders Doc set is ~80% complete! Please continue to contribute to the completion of these doc sets, and invite your friends to join us so we can finish this faster! Thanks to our Mark2Curators, three of our doc sets have already been completed, and we’re currently investigating methods for creating...
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New Doc Set and a preliminary look at the data generated by Mark2Cure

Thanks to the Mark2Cure community, two doc sets have now been completed: Alacrima and Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation (CDG). The CDG doc set was large, encompassing over 480 biomedical research abstracts. We are launching another large set today on Oxidative Stress, and will need all the help we can get to complete it. Please visit http://mark2cure.org and login or click ‘start...
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Mark2Cure presentation at FOGM15

[View the story “Researchers amazed by citizen scientists in biocuration effort” on...
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Mark2Cure First Beta Experiment is Complete! Thank you!

Over the weekend, Mark2Curators completed our first Mark2Cure beta experiment. In total, 212 volunteers submitted 10,345 document annotations in just over 4 weeks. Our community ended on a high note, with almost half of the effort contributed in the final week!   Thank you to everyone who contributed! The entire Mark2Cure team is extremely grateful for your efforts.   Who contributed?...
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Why do people Mark2Cure?

Mark2Curators have been busy! Over the weekend, our volunteers brought the current beta experiment from about 28% completion to over 50% completion. We’ve gotten excellent feedback from you and are working to improve on the issues and suggestions you’ve sent us! Thank you and keep them coming!!! We now have over a hundred registered Mark2Curators who have shared compelling reasons as...
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