Allelic-Specific RNA-Seq pipeline
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Hi Colleagues, Could anyone recommend a fast and accurate pipeline for the Allele-Specific RNA-seq? As output I would like an expression matrix. Thanks for all.

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Sorry, but SCALE is only for Single-Cell RNA Sequencing? And for GATK, which is the pipeline to follow? In other words, should I first identify SNPs and than use ASEReadCounter? Thanks

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+1 for phaser.

Remember to create "boutique" genomes first with known SNVs to avoid allelic bias.

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The procedure you should follow depends on what kind of data you have. Is the genome that you work with phased? If yes, you can map your RNAseq data directly to both haplotypes with strict parameters for mismatches. Otherwise, I would recommend following phaser tutorials and documentations.

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I do not understand. What means the genome is phased? I have 30 samples of mouse rna-seq. Can you recommend the best pipeline?

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He/we already recommended phaser a couple of times. It is not an easy task, so good luck! The mouse genome is not phased. Illumina even made a video about this:

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What means that it is not an easy task? I need a fast pipeline, I thought of GATK. What do you think? Thanks

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We already gave you recommendations. Another general recommendation is to first read some related literature to get an idea of what you have to do. Just asking for the best pipeline does not work, because simply there is no such a concept of "best" in our field, everything is fit towards specific tasks/conditions/data etc.

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I asked you what you think of GATK, since I need a faster and more reliable result. anyway thanks

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