Formation: RNAseq de novo assembly
The Sigenae team organizes a training course for bio-informaticians and biologists aiming at introduce analysis of sequences. It focuses on de novo assembly (without reference genome) of reads produced by ‘RNA-Seq’. This training session is designed to introduce sequences from ‘NGS’ (Next Generation Sequencing) and particularly Illumina platforms (HiSeq). You will use our RNA-Seq assembly pipeline called DRAP, learn how to assemble distinct samples, how to assemble multiple samples and how to assess the quality of your assemblies.
This training is focused on practice. It consists of 4 modules with a large variety of exercises:
- Introduction (09:00 am to 10:00 am): introduction to de novo assembly and analysis of RNA-seq data.
- The DRAP software (10:00 am to 12:00 pm): Pipeline description and runDrap usage.
- The DRAP software (14:00 am to 16:00 pm): runMeta and runAssessment usage.
- Discussion (16:00 am to 17:00 pm): discussion about results and assembly quality