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Answer: A: Online alignment for large fasta files
... Hi, try [CSAR web][1]. Just upload a reference and you 4000 genomic sequences and you will get an mummer alignment, a fast scaffold and a dot plot. But i really recommend that you perform this type of analyses locally in order to get more control of your work. [1]: http://lu168.cs.nthu.edu.tw/C ...
written 4 days ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: Can I extract annotation file from genbank format or modify on current gff file?
... Hi, try to annotate your genome (edited fasta file) with [prokka][1]. I know that it must more easy to just correct the coordinates in the genbank file with some text edit tool, but i really dont trust that the change will work well. Prokka is very easy to use and can annotate a genome in under 20 m ...
written 4 days ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: Blastn mismatch sensitivity for HSPs
... I don't know how to explain exactly why, because there is some difficult programming that I don't fully understand. But the reason I read about why blast is not the best tool for calling the SNP is because of its scoring functions and alignment methods. They are optimized to provide the best possibl ...
written 20 days ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: Blastn mismatch sensitivity for HSPs
... Hi i know that i'm not answering what you asked but a few months ago i did read about snp detection algorithms and i learn that Blastn is a very error prone tool to detect small mutations like snps and smal in/dels. I strongly recommend [Dnadiff][1] from the Mummer Tools to do snap calls in large se ...
written 20 days ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: How to make blastp show complete gene name?
... It must exist a way to do this in the blast parameters, but i find it more easy to just `translate` the spaces to underlines (or other removable character like %): cat original_headers.fasta | tr " " "_" > converted_headers.fasta ...
written 4 weeks ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: Assembly plasmid with tandem repeats of the same insert
... hummm [it seems like although flye is better to find plasmids in a full genome assemblie it did not do well when the datasets is made only of plasmid reads.][1] Let's try to do some variant call, i think this will do. Did you make a reference like i said before (plas+repeats+mids) ? If you did: Map ...
written 4 weeks ago by hugo.avila160
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Comment: C: Assembly plasmid with tandem repeats of the same insert
... Your welcome ! :) > Then aligning reads with mummer I do not recommend that you map reads with mummer it is better suited for large assembled sequences like contigs and chromosomes, i never tried to use it for long reads. If you want to map reads, you don't need to do assembly just map the re ...
written 4 weeks ago by hugo.avila160
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Answer: A: Assembly plasmid with tandem repeats of the same insert
... For the assemblie use, [Flye][1] it seems like is the [best tool for plasmids][2]: flye --nano-raw your_long_reads.fastq --out-dir out_nano.fasta --threads 4 Your can corrected the `--threads` parameter to match your computer resources. As for the counting of the tandem repeats because you ha ...
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Comment: C: mauve for contigs
... Well, if you only want the chromosome, you must map the contigs in your reference and extract those that map to it. You will probably map only the largest contig. If you map more than the largest contig, you will have to build a chromosomal scaffold, as you have so few contigs and good qualities thi ...
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Comment: C: mauve for contigs
... You do not need separated files just pass your contig file to quast. You do not need a reference as well but is cool to use one: ./quast.py -r referece.fasta your_contigs.fasta If you have problems running quast, you can use it [through the browser.][1] [1]: http://cab.cc.spbu.ru/quast/ ...
written 4 weeks ago by hugo.avila160

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