We can add this genome to the list to be indexed and added, but for
immediate use, simply adding as a custom genome would be the quickest
and easiest way to gain access and start using the the genome with tools
right now. This also gives you some control over the source: match up
the genome source with the GTF file source you plan to use. This can
avoid having to rename the chromosome identifiers (they must be an exact
match between the two).
Instructions are here for custom genomes:
And some RNA-seq links, to help with planning the experiment:
'Tools on the Main server: Example')
On 9/25/12 8:11 PM, Stern PhD, David L wrote:
We are considering using Galaxy to map RNA-seq reads to the D.
genome. I notice that this genome is not yet available on the reference
genome list. Is there any chance it could be added by the Galaxy team. I
suspect you could do it faster and with a higher likelihood of success
than I could!
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19700 Helix Dr.
Ashburn, VA 20147
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