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Galaxy and Ion Torrent

cuentasecuenciacion
Hello!!

Does anybody know whether Ion Torrent data is supported by Galaxy?

Thank you!!


Dra. Alicia Barroso del Jesus
Unidad de Genómica IPBLN
Instituto de Parasitología y Biomedicina "López-Neyra". CSIC
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Re: Galaxy and Ion Torrent

Peter Cock
2011/9/28 cuentasecuenciacion <[hidden email]>:
> Hello!!
>
> Does anybody know whether Ion Torrent data is supported by Galaxy?
>
> Thank you!!

IonTorrent data acts a lot like Roche 454, it even comes as SFF files
(or FASTQ). So in principle anything Galaxy supports for 454
would be worth trying with IonTorrent data.

Peter
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Re: Galaxy and Ion Torrent

Anton Nekrutenko
Also, test instance (http://test.g2.bx.psu.edu) has TMap mapper, which was recently rolled out for testing. The wrapper was contributed by Nils Homer. At this time there are only E. coli indices, but more can be added.

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Anton Nekrutenko




On Sep 28, 2011, at 10:18 AM, Peter Cock wrote:

2011/9/28 cuentasecuenciacion <[hidden email]>:
Hello!!

Does anybody know whether Ion Torrent data is supported by Galaxy?

Thank you!!

IonTorrent data acts a lot like Roche 454, it even comes as SFF files
(or FASTQ). So in principle anything Galaxy supports for 454
would be worth trying with IonTorrent data.

Peter
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