Simultaneous Pathway Activity Inference and Global Gene Expression Analysis Using RNA Sequencing

Published: 5 May 2016| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/grkvc54ggm.1
Contributors:
Daniel O'Connell,
Raivo Kolde

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Data accompanied with the paper "Simultaneous Pathway Activity Inference and Global Gene Expression Analysis Using RNA Sequencing" The data is generated using TF-seq experimental technique that measures binding activity of more than 40 different transcription factors in parallel. It covers three experiments: * Stimulation of wild-type and Myd88 knockout BMDMs with 12 different pathogen associated molecular patterns (PAMPs) * Small molecule screen on BMDMs * Dose-response experiment using Halofuginone on BMDMs, with and without LPS stimulation The data consists of : * fastq files * associated well and reporter tags * counts of all reads, RNA and DNA UMIs * script we used to convert fastq files to count matrices

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To translate fastq files to count tables one has to decompose the read to following parts (using positions starting from 1) UMI: positions 1-10 well tag: positions 11-16 reporter tag: reverse complement of positions 17-33 These pieces of sequence can be mapped against the associated vectag and welltag files, to count the occurrences of certain reads corresponding to certain reporter in certain well.

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