Hi Rajarshi,

How many barcodes do you have? If just a few, then the 'Filter and Sort -> Select' tool might be a good choice. This will do about the same thing as the "grep" in the top answer at Biostar, for the same type of question: http://www.biostars.org/p/15446/


I did check the tool shed and didn't find any tools that would do this. Maybe also post a inquiry galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu and see if someone has developed a tool that will demultiplex fastq sequences with barcodes in the identifier, but hasn't loaded it into the tool shed yet?

You could also open a request to have such a tool created (or the current barcode tool expanded): http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Support#Trello_Issue_Board

Good luck!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 12/2/12 10:54 AM, Rajarshi Ghosh wrote:
I have lllumina sequences which are barcoded in the sequence identifier e.g.:
@FCC186GACXX:6:1101:1473:2060#TCGCAGGA/1
CTCCACGAAACCGGAAGGGTAGAAAAGTTCGGTCAACTCGTTCCTCACAATTTGCCCGATTCTCAGAAAAATTGTTTTGTGACCTCTCTC
The '#TCGCAGGA" is the barcode. As the barcode is not on the 5' or 3' end I cannot use the barcode splitter. Is there a workaround in Galaxy for this?
Thanks!


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