3.2 - Mapping & Counting protocol
To complete this protocol using the pipeline mode, remember that you will need the following material:
- The 5 fastq files of the infected group (samples from BI1 to BI5).
- The 4 fastq files belonging to the control group (samples from BC1 to BC4).
- The fasta file with the fSpaAur1.1 reference genome and its associated GTF file.
When you have this material ready, , you can access the pipeline designer interface (RNAseq Protocols → Pipeline mode) and proceed as indicated in video 13.
Video 13. Mapping & counting protocol for differential expression analysis executed using the pipeline mode of RNASeq.
Expected results from the Mapping & Counting protocol using the Pipeline execution mode:
When the pipeline mode is completed, you will receive the results of differential expression sample
with the reads mapped against the reference genome
The expected results of this step are available in the following link Pipeline mode: Mapping & Counting protocol
Remember you can check if the job was successfully completed by accessing the job tracking panel of RNASeq.
To learn more about any tool used in the pipeline and their outputs see their respective manuals, referred in previous sections of this tutorial.