Hello Lukasz,

This is a good idea, but perhaps it would be better to share the data in a history where others can gain access rather than add the merged "contamination" genomes as a native reference genome (to avoid confusion). This would also give you control over the actual contents for updates, etc.

A direct way to do this is: create/load the contamination data in fasta format into a dedicated history and label appropriately (using pencil icon to reach the "Edit Attributes" description and info fields). Then use "Options -> Share or Publish" with the "Make History Accessible and Publish" button. You may even consider creating a "Page" to describe the contents and embed a link to the published history. Documenting what is in the fasta file and what the intended use it will make the data more useable for others.

Hopefully this is helpful. Others are welcome to comment about the best ways to share/use this type of data.

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 8/29/11 8:17 AM, Lukasz Kielpinski wrote:
Hello everybody,

I would like to suggest including mycoplasma genomes (preferably all
genomes in one file) as reference genomes. It would enable fast
checking if cells used for deep-seq experiments were not contaminated.

Best,
Lukasz
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