By Frederic Devaux

This quantity presents a set of protocols for the examine of DNA-DNA touch maps, replication profiles, transcription charges, RNA secondary constructions, protein-RNA interactions, ribosome profiling and quantitative proteomes and metabolomes. Written for the tools in Molecular Biology sequence, chapters comprise introductions to their respective issues, lists of the required fabrics and reagents, step by step, conveniently reproducible laboratory protocols and tips about troubleshooting and keeping off identified pitfalls.

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Http://www. gov/books/NBK47540/ 52. GFF: an exchange format for feature description (1999) Sanger Institute. sanger. uk/resources/software/gff/. 2014 53. Martin M (2011) Cutadapt removes adapter sequences from high-throughput sequencing reads. EMBnet J 17:10–12 54. Krueger F (2014) Trim Galore! a wrapper tool around Cutadapt and FastQC http://www. uk/projects/ trim_galore 55. Wu TD, Nacu S (2010) Fast and SNP-tolerant detection of complex variants and splicing in short reads. Bioinformatics 26:873–881 56.

To specify that the RNA-seq data is strand-specific, set the library-type option for TopHat (“--library-type fr-firststrand”) (see Note 11). The C. parapsilosis genome, like many other eukaryotes, includes several introns [34, 35]. For this reason, a spliceaware aligner is used to map reads to the reference genome. TopHat has this ability, as do other tools (see Note 12). Aligning the reads generated several files. bam”, which includes all reads that were successfully mapped to the genome, as well as the mapping quality and the mapping position.

Figure 3b shows an example of a sample with reads of mixed quality. The black boxes for the first 80 bases are close to or above a base quality of 30, which indicates that the majority of reads has a high quality. , [15]) and have to be trimmed or removed. , temporary shortage of solutions in the sequencing machine, or bubbles in the flowcell) [29]. 4. After inspecting the FastQC report, trim the raw reads using Skewer [30] (see Note 10). Trimming sequencing data is an important step to ensure that only high quality data is analyzed and the results are not influence by poor quality reads.

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