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The Student / Unpublished Results database (SUPRDB) provides a workspace where researchers can share unpublished experimental results with each other. Many of the results in the database are produced by student researchers, and the results are linked to the Tetrahymena Genome Database to enable sharing of the results with the larger Tetrahymena research community.
The Ciliate Genome Consortium enables student participation in the functional annotation of genes from Tetrahymena thermophila. Students determine the functions of Tetrahymena genes through localization, expression, and gene knockout or over-expression studies. These research activities are packaged into modules to facilitate their integration into the undergraduate biology curriculum.