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Initial analysis of COVID-19 data using Galaxy, BioConda and public research infrastructures
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Public web page: https://covid19.galaxyproject.org
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Author: M. H. Rubinstein
Date Published: 1st Dec 1976
Publication Type: Journal
PubMed ID: 12345
Citation: J Pharm Pharmacol. 1976 Dec;28 Suppl:67P.
- Name of the application: Adapter removal hello world
- Name of the application: Mapping and bam sorting goodbye world
1. Name of the application: Adapter removal hello world 2. Name of the application: Mapping and bam sorting goodbye world
Preprocessing of raw SARS-CoV-2 reads
The raw reads available so far are generated from bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and are metagenomic in nature: they contain human reads, reads from potential bacterial co-infections as well as true COVID-19 reads.
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Wu et al. showed recombination between COVID-19 and bat coronaviruses located within the S-gene. We want to confirm this observation and provide a publicly accessible workflow for recombination detection.
In previous coronavirus outbreaks (SARS), retrospective analyses determined that adaptive substitutions might have occurred in the S-protein Zhang et al., e.g., related to ACE2 receptor ...