Dear Vasu:

thank you for your information!

I have checked the reference and do not find a specific column that include
chromosome information, do you mean the first column(seqname)? Do you happen to
have one with correct format and I can used for reference annotation? Thanks a
lot! I onlg have limited experience in computing so I do not know how to format
this file.

Best

Ying

Quoting vasu punj <pu...@yahoo.com>:

I believe you need to format the Ensemble file Chromosome columns is not correct.
 
Vasu

--- On Tue, 3/1/11, Ying Zhang <ying.zhang.yz...@yale.edu> wrote:


From: Ying Zhang <ying.zhang.yz...@yale.edu>
Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] how to find out the gene_ID correspond to CUFF ID
To: "David Matthews" <d.a.matth...@bristol.ac.uk>
Cc: galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu
Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2011, 10:59 AM


Dear David:

I followed your advices and downloaded reference sequence  from Emsemble, then I uploaded this file into galaxy, and then I run the cufflinks using the file as a reference annotation, however I got error when I am running, the following the
error message gave to me:

An error occurred running this job: cufflinks v0.9.3
cufflinks -I 300000 -F 0.050000 -j 0.050000 -p 8 -Q 0 -G
/galaxy/main_database/files/002/122/dataset_2122219.dat -r
/galaxy/data/hg19/sam_index/hg19.fa
Error running cufflinks. [11:47:14] Loading reference and sequence.
GFF warning: mergi

Do you have any idea of what is going wrong here?

Best

Ying


Quoting David Matthews <d.a.matth...@bristol.ac.uk>:

Hi,

Yeah, thats a good idea too!! I did not know about that tool, shows what I know (!) - thanks for the info!

Cheers
David



On 1 Mar 2011, at 04:51, Jeremy Goecks wrote:

Ying, you could also try using the tools 'Fetch closest non-overlapping feature' and 'Intersect' to find genes nearby transcripts/genes/TSSes of interest; for both tools, you'll want a reference annotation, either from UCSC or Ensembl.

Best,
J.

On Feb 28, 2011, at 6:10 PM, David Matthews wrote:

Hi,

You need to supply a gene annotation file with cufflink to easily get the gene-id information. Without it, cufflinks simply tries its best to figure out what genes are present. The ensemble gtf file is quite a comprehensive one - there is a link to it on the cufflinks manual page.

Good luck!
David



On 28 Feb 2011, at 21:33, Ying Zhang wrote:

Dear Everyone:

I have got one output file after I run Cufflink which contain gene expression information. However, I found out for each gene_ID, it has the format like,
CUFF.1151175, do you have idea of how to find out the offical gene ID
correspond to this CUFF ID? Thank you very much!

Best

Ying Zhang, M.D., Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate
Department of Genetics,
Yale University School of Medicine
300 Cedar Street,S320
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203)737-2616
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New Haven, CT 06519
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