Thanh, To hopefully be clearer, the part matched is clipped (whole or partial, and there is even some tolerance for low-frequency mismatches).
I would suggest taking a few sequences out and running the tool on them to try it out. You could test for both length and mismatch constraints this way. (Perhaps even using constructed sequences that are modified to have specific adapter lengths and/or mismatch counts). This is a great way to get a feel for new tools in general. If you need more details about exactly how the algorithm works, you can read the original documentation and then if you still need help, try contacting the tool author (links at bottom of tool form). But this is a very popular, commonly used tool and what I have shared is how it is behaves to my knowledge & experience. There may not be much more to it. Best, Jen Galaxy Team On Sep 19, 2013, at 5:57 PM, "Hoang, Thanh" <hoan...@miamioh.edu> wrote: > Hi Jenny, > Thank you. > When you put the whole 3' adapter sequence into the Clipper, what will happen > to the reads that only contains part of the adapter? Are they considered as > not containing the adapter and subsequently non-clipped reads? > Thanh > > > On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu> wrote: >> Hi Thanh, >> >> Just enter the whole adapter sequence. The tool will match what is found in >> the input sequence and clip. The help graphic on the Clip form itself >> illustrates this - only one adapter is entered (can be entered) but a >> variable length is clipped from the input to produce the output. >> >> Thanks for posting this new question to the mailing list. This greatly helps >> us to track & provide the speediest replies. >> >> Best, >> >> Jen >> Galaxy team >> >> >> On 9/19/13 4:15 PM, Hoang, Thanh wrote: >>> Hi all, >>> I am analyzing miRNA sequencing now. My data is 51bp, single -ended and ~5 >>> M reads. I want to remove the adapter sequences from the reads before >>> mapping to the genomes/known miRNA database. >>> My 3' adapter sequence is : 5-AGATCGGAAGAGCACACGTCT-3. I found that many >>> reads only contain part of the 3' adapter sequence. I am using >>> FASTX-toolkit to clip it off. How many bases should I put in the " Enter >>> custom clipping sequence" ? Because in the output files, I end up with more >>> reads when putting the whole 3 adapter sequence than putting only first 8 >>> nt. >>> Also, miRNA is about 17-25 nt long, I guess that the rest of the reads >>> (51-21=30bp) must contain part or whole 5's adapter sequence or the >>> by-product of mRNA/tRNA degradation. So I think that I have to trim the 5' >>> adapter as well. >>> Any suggestion will be highly appreciated >>> Thanh >>> >>> >>> >>> ___________________________________________________________ >>> The Galaxy User list should be used for the discussion of >>> Galaxy analysis and other features on the public server >>> at usegalaxy.org. Please keep all replies on the list by >>> using "reply all" in your mail client. For discussion of >>> local Galaxy instances and the Galaxy source code, please >>> use the Galaxy Development list: >>> >>> http://lists.bx.psu.edu/listinfo/galaxy-dev >>> >>> To manage your subscriptions to this and other Galaxy lists, >>> please use the interface at: >>> >>> http://lists.bx.psu.edu/ >>> >>> To search Galaxy mailing lists use the unified search at: >>> >>> http://galaxyproject.org/search/mailinglists/ >> >> -- >> Jennifer Hillman-Jackson >> http://galaxyproject.org >
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