Would you please add Staphylococcus aureus strain Newman to your
database? Workflows to analyze data for genomes available through
your database are really simple - but I must admit that I've been
struggling with trying to get this to work for a genome (and in
particular with the annotation) that I've uploaded myself.
Thanks for the help and the continued support!
Joe J. Harrison
Department of Microbiology
University of Washington
The genome is already included in Galaxy. Click on the pencil icon for
dataset and search with the term "Staphylococcus" and search through
entries to locate:
Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus str. Newman (18801)
The short label database will be set to "18801". This is how the UCSC
Microbial database content was set up originally and we decided it was
best not to change it.
If you would like help solving issues with annotation files and the
reference genome (native or uploaded, please let us know.
Quick list of things to check:
1 - database short name is same every place it is used (as the
"database" + content within a dataset).
2 - chromosome/contig identifiers are the the same every place they
used. Even minor differences such as capitalization must be
3 - data coordinates are with respect to the forward strand and have a
zero-based start (for most formats, as noted in the format