Question: RNA seq beginner
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11 months ago by
pdesmond10
pdesmond10 wrote:

I just got back RNA seq data produced on the HiSeq 4000. They prepared the libraries and performed paired end sequencing. We have 4 biological replicates from 4 experimental groups. Each sample was also run in two separate lanes (we were told these technical replicates willl give us more information on isoform expression). I therefore have 16 files per experimental group (forward and reverse for each of the 4 biological replicates, each run in two lanes.

I believe that the files are in fastqsanger format. My question is how should I combine the data and process it in such a way that it is ready to be mapped?

From what I've read I will change the data type to fastqsanger, concatenate the technical replicates for the forward and reverse reads and then trim the files. Which tool should I use for the trimming? Once it is trimmed can I go straight to mapping, and should I use tophat or bowtie2?

I would be able to speak on the phone if that makes it easier to assist me, and I appreciate and help and advice you can provide.

Best,

Patrick Desmond, PhD Postdoctoral fellow UCSD School of Medicine

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 11 months ago by Dave B.410 • written 11 months ago by pdesmond10
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11 months ago by
Dave B.410
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Dave B.410 wrote:

Patrick,

Bérénice Batut, Mallory Freeberg, and Mo Heydarian have written this training material on RNA-Seq which you might find useful:

http://galaxyproject.github.io/training-material/RNA-Seq/

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