Question: Transcript quantification using the reference transcriptome(gencode) and the raw RNA-Seq reads without mapping it to reference genome.
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4 months ago by
India/Guwahati/Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Glory Basumata140 wrote:

I am just curious to know how accurate would be the transcript quantification of the RNA-Seq reads using tools like Sailfish/Salmon without using the mapping tool like HISAT or STAR. Basically, I want to skip the mapping/aligning of the reads to it's reference genome and focus on isoform abundance study. Is this a good approach for transcript abundance study in eukaryotes?

ADD COMMENTlink modified 4 months ago by JC8.0k • written 4 months ago by Glory Basumata140
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4 months ago by
JC8.0k
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JC8.0k wrote:

if the gene models are correct and you want only to quantify known genes, it is perfectly fine.

ADD COMMENTlink written 4 months ago by JC8.0k

Thank you for your suggestions JC.

ADD REPLYlink written 4 months ago by Glory Basumata140
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