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Abstract CWL generated from Galaxy workflow file: COVID-19: S-gene AA

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Ignacio Eguinoa

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

Abstract CWL generated from Galaxy: COVID-19: SE Variation

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Ignacio Eguinoa

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

Abstract CWL generated from Galaxy workflow file: COVID-19: MCRA

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Ignacio Eguinoa

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

Abstract CWL Automatically generated from the Galaxy workflow file: COVID-19: Assembly

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Ignacio Eguinoa

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

Abstract CWL generated from Galaxy workflow file: COVID-19: read pre-processing from SRA data

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Ignacio Eguinoa

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

Evolutionary Analysis

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What's the point?

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 ...

Type: Galaxy

Creator: Finn Bacall

Submitter: Finn Bacall

Analysis of S-protein polymorphism

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What's the point?

In the previous portion of this study we found a non-synonymous polymorphism within the S-gene. In this section we are trying to interpret its possible effect.

Outline

Obtain coding sequences of S proteins from a diverse group of coronaviruses. Generate amino acid alignment to assess conservation of the polymorphic location.

Input

Downloaded CDS sequences of coronavirus ...

Type: Galaxy

Creator: Finn Bacall

Submitter: Finn Bacall

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