I have a problem with the IGV program. I am comparing the information of all the annotated genes for a yeast (.gtf file) and the mapped RNA-seq reads with its genome performed with Tophat (the genome is a .fa file and the mapped sequences is a .bam file). I am looking for transcripts that align with intergenic sequences to correct the annotations in the .gtf file; therefore, I would like to check the number and localization of each transcript that align with an intergenic sequence. Could somebody tell me if there is a way of doing this analysis in an automatic form using IGV or if I need the use of another Bioinformatics tool?. Thank you for your help.
Question: Is there an automatic way to search transcripts that align with intergenic sequences in a genome?
4.4 years ago by
albersnz96 • 0
albersnz96 • 0 wrote:
ADD COMMENT • link •
Please log in to add an answer.
Powered by Biostar version 2.3.0
Traffic: 1253 users visited in the last hour