Hello Amit,

There is no tool to perform this task as a stand-alone function. However, using a annotation/mapping tool such as Blastn on a local or cloud instance and a combination of Galaxy's comparison and filter tools (such as those in the group " Operate on Genomic Intervals") could likely be used to develop a workflow.


http://getgalaxy.org

Best wishes,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 6/12/12 4:55 AM, Amit Pande wrote:
Hi,

Is there no tool in Galaxy which can detect chimera transcripts ???


warm regards,
Amit


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