A program to process reads from a tRNA-seq dataset to generate an anvi'o tRNA-seq database.
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This program analyzes a tRNA-seq library, generating de novo predictions of tRNA sequences, structures, and modification positions.
A FASTA file of merged paired-end tRNA-seq reads is required as input. This file is produced by the initial steps of the trnaseq-workflow, in which Illumina-utils, merges paired-end reads and anvi-script-reformat-fasta creates anvi’o-compliant deflines in the FASTA file.
The primary output of anvi-trnaseq is a trnaseq-db. Supplemental outputs are also produced – an analysis summary, a tabular file of unique sequences not identified as tRNA, an a tabular file of 5’ and 3’ extensions trimmed off mature tRNA.
anvi-trnaseq --help menu provides detailed explanations of the parameters controlling the multifacted analyses performed by the program.
Generate a trnaseq-db from a sample using 16 cores.
anvi-trnaseq -f trnaseq-fasta \ -S SAMPLE_NAME \ -o OUTPUT_DIRECTORY \ -T 16
Generate a trnaseq-db from a sample flagged as being treated with demethylase. The output directory is overwritten if it already exists.
anvi-trnaseq -f trnaseq-fasta \ -S SAMPLE_NAME \ -o OUTPUT_DIRECTORY \ -T 16 \ --treatment demethylase \ --overwrite-output-destinations
Feature profiling parameters can be modified by the user by in an optional
.ini file. For example, the user may want a more permissive definition of a tRNA (more false positive identifications of sequences as tRNA, fewer false negative failures to identify sequences as tRNA), increasing the number of unpaired nucleotides allowed in the T stem or increasing the number of unconserved canonical nucleotides allowed in the anticodon loop. Numerous structural parameters like these can be altered.
.ini file to
anvi-trnaseq --default-feature-param-file PARAM.ini
Nicely display the
.ini defaults that can be written to the file in standard output.
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