To use this genome immediately, it is best to use it as a *custom reference
genome*. This is how: https://galaxyproject.org/learn/custom-genomes/
To have it reviewed for inclusion at Galaxy Main as a natively indexed
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On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 8:34 AM, Marion Cerri <marion.ce...@lmu.de> wrote:
> To whom it concerns,
> I am Marion Cerri, post doc in the Parniske’s lab, in Munich. I am working
> with ChIP-seq data in the moment.
> I would like to use the Lotus japonicus (version 3.0) for mapping reads,
> but the genome is not available on galaxy. Would it be possible to upload
> it ? Do I have to provide the file to you, and if so in fasta format ?
> Thanks in advance
> Best Regards
> Marion Cerri
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