Vincent

Great question!!! And a follow up for me, is how to purge the conserved sequences. Presently the current data set I have from "Fetch" is likely to be 99% composed of incorrect taxon just because of conserved sequence. So, how do you select just unique sequences (ie those that do not have more then... say 5 hits above 99%). Any advice would be nice.

Our bioinformatic person said there was a way to do it thru blast X.

Scott


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On 2/29/2012 8:32 PM, Montoya, Vincent wrote:
Hello
I am a relatively new user on Galaxy and I had a question regarding "Fetching 
Taxonomic Information".  It is great that I can retrieve all of the hits for each 
sequence, but I cannot seem to find an option to also provide how accurate of a match it 
is to the given taxon.  For instance, a percentage match.  I can access this information 
in the original file and programmatically retrieve it but, it would be nice if it came in 
one package so that I can avoide those false hits that have a low percentage match.  Can 
you please provide me with instructions on how to best to retrieve this information 
(hopefully in a single file)?
Thank you
Vincent
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