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Old 01-21-2013, 12:15 PM   #1
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Question Looking for no-hits within Sample & Reference Genome

Hi pals,

This is amarth, and my question is:

How can I extract no-hits data from the alignment of the sample, with the reference genome?

My main goal is not to visualize differential expression of genes (maybe it is, as a partial goal), but the main one, is to identify genes (maybe from a virus) expressed in all the transcript RNA of a sample with symptoms of the disease, but not in a healthy sample.
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Old 01-22-2013, 03:24 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by amarth View Post
How can I extract no-hits data from the alignment of the sample, with the reference genome?
Can you give additional information on the setup.
What kind of alignment do you have, SAM/BAM, BLAST, BLAT, etc.?

In general, if you have a set of mappable transcripts M and a set of all transcripts from the healthy reference T you could just subtract the set T from M to get all those transcripts that are in your sequencing but not in the healthy reference.

Set operations can be done in R or even in bash. There is an extensive explanation here:

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no hits, transcript difference, transcript reconstruction

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