Question: how to get yeast's transcriptomic and genomic data
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2.3 years ago by
ruhollah10
United States
ruhollah10 wrote:

Where can I get the transcriptome and genome data of the yeast?

I need this data because I am going to learn bioinformatics by practically solving sample problems. Currently, the specific problem I'm gonna solve is the integration of transcriptomic data with genomic data, using eQTL (in R 3.4.3).

Any advice/comment will be highly appreciated!

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2.3 years ago by
genomax85k
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genomax85k wrote:

While you can get "transcriptome and genome data of the yeast" from many places, you can start with Ensembl's yeast genome page.

If you need ready made sequence/annotation/aligner index bundles the look at Illumina's iGenomes page.

If you are looking to get actual experimental data (as in raw sequence) then you can look for that at EBI-ENA or NCBI SRA.

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grant.hovhannisyan2.0k wrote:

Term yeast is quite broad. For example, for S. cerevisiae you can search data in a specific database https://www.yeastgenome.org/

For pathogenic yeasts you have Candida genome database http://www.candidagenome.org/

And FungiDB is a database of many other yeasts http://fungidb.org/fungidb/

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