Hi Inbar

If you want to keep the NCBI stile fasta header, you need to change the setting for "Output Sequence File Format:" to "NCBI style FASTA (m)".


By default, most EMBOSS tools change the fasta header format to the "EMBOSS" style format.


Regards, Hans-Rudolf



On 06/16/2013 12:01 PM, Inbar Plaschke wrote:
Dear galaxy developers,

When I use the EMBOSS tool: trimest
<https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/tool_runner?tool_id=toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/repos/devteam/emboss_5/EMBOSS%3A%20trimest102/5.0.0>,Trim
poly-A tails off EST sequences , within galaxy

The sequences names in the fasta output file comes out without their
beginning, for instance:

 
>*gi|259479195|dbj|*AB491800.1|Brachionusplicatilisstt3mRNAforoligosaccharytransferaseSTT3subunithomolog,partialcds

Will be shortened into:

 
>AB491800.1|Brachionusplicatilisstt3mRNAforoligosaccharytransferaseSTT3subunithomolog,partialcds

How can I keep the beginning of the sequence names? Am I doing something
wrong?

Many thanks for your help

Inbar

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