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KFDRC Whole Genome Alignment Workflow

Kids First Data Resource Center Alignment and Haplotype Calling Workflow (bam-to-cram-to-gVCF). This pipeline follows Broad best practices outlined in Data pre-processing for variant discovery. It uses bam input and aligns/re-aligns to a bwa-indexed reference fasta, version hg38. Resultant bam is de-dupped and base score recalibrated. Contamination is calculated and a gVCF is created using GATK4 Haplotype caller. Inputs from this can be used later on for ...

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Dan Miller, Miguel Brown

Submitter: Laura Rodriguez-Navas

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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Galaxy workflow

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Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: Finn Bacall

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Jupyter Notebook containing a tutorial to illustrate the process of ligand parameterization for a small molecule, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the Sulfasalazine protein (3-letter code SAS), used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's disease.

OpenBabel and ACPype packages are used to add hydrogens, energetically minimize the structure, and generate parameters for the GROMACS package. With Generalized ...

Type: Unrecognized workflow type

Creator: Genís Bayarri

Submitter: Robin Long

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This tutorial aims to illustrate the process of setting up a simulation system containing a protein in complex with a ligand, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the T4 lysozyme L99A/M102Q protein (PDB code 3HTB), in complex with the 2-propylphenol small molecule (3-letter Code JZ4).

Workflow engine is a jupyter notebook. It can be run in binder, following the link given, or locally. Auxiliar libraries used are: nb_conda_kernels, ...

Type: Unrecognized workflow type

Creator: Genís Bayarri

Submitter: Douglas Lowe

Work-in-progress

This tutorial aims to illustrate the process of setting up a simulation system containing a protein, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the Lysozyme protein (PDB code 1AKI).

Workflow engine is a jupyter notebook. It can be run in binder, following the link given, or locally. Auxiliar libraries used are: nb_conda_kernels, nglview, ipywidgets, plotly, and simpletraj. Environment can be setup using the included environment.yml file.

Type: Unrecognized workflow type

Creator: Genís Bayarri

Submitter: Douglas Lowe

Work-in-progress

This tutorial aims to illustrate the process of ligand parameterization for a small molecule, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the Ibuprofen small compound (3-letter code IBP, Drugbank code DB01050), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) derived from propionic acid and it is considered the first of the propionics.

OpenBabel and ACPype packages are used to add hydrogens, energetically minimize the structure, and generate ...

Type: Unrecognized workflow type

Creator: Genís Bayarri

Submitter: Douglas Lowe

Work-in-progress

This tutorial aims to illustrate how to compute a fast-growth mutation free energy calculation, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the Staphylococcal nuclease protein (PDB code 1STN), a small, minimal protein, appropriate for a short tutorial.

Workflow engine is a jupyter notebook. Auxiliary libraries used are nb_conda_kernels, os, and plotly. Environment setup can be carried out using the environment.yml in the code repository. The ...

Type: Unrecognized workflow type

Creator: Genís Bayarri

Submitter: Douglas Lowe

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