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Old 12-04-2018, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Is Kallisto good for identifying non-coding RNA in a RNAseq data?


I generated a co-expression map using Kallisto for aligning reads. However, after completing my analysis, when I checked the gene_biotype for the gene list, I only found 3% non-coding RNA. I repeated the analysis with another data from (Skymap), I got similar results.

My question is this normal or Kallisto is not good in aligning non-coding RNA.
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