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As research in the biological sciences continues to advance at a rapid pace, it is increasingly important that the data be captured, standardized, organized and made accessible to the scientific community. This is the job of a biocurator. Here we describe the process of biocuration from our perspective as FlyBase curators.doi:10.4161/fly.3.1.7769 pmid:19182544 pmcid:PMC2837272 fatcat:qxixus4knvf6xeazth2zm2kyba