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ASPICov was developed to provide a rapid, reliable and complete analysis of NGS SARS-Cov2 samples to the biologist. This broad application tool allows to process samples from either capture or amplicon strategy and Illumina or Ion Torrent technology. To ensure FAIR data analysis, this Nextflow pipeline follows nf-core guidelines and use Singularity containers. Availability and Implementation: https://gitlab.com/vtilloy/aspicov

Type: Nextflow

Creators: Valentin Tilloy, Pierre Cuzin, Laura Leroi, Patrick Durand, Sophie Alain

Submitter: Valentin Tilloy

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Analysis of RNA-seq data starting from BAM and focusing on mRNA, lncRNA and miRNA

Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: Bianca Pasat

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This workflow is based on the idea of comparing different gene sets through their semantic interpretation. In many cases, the user studies a specific phenotype (e.g. disease) by analyzing lists of genes resulting from different samples or patients. Their pathway analysis could result in different semantic networks, revealing mechanistic and phenotypic divergence between these gene sets. The workflow of BioTranslator Comparative Analysis compares quantitatively the outputs of pathway analysis, ...

Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: thodk

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BioTranslator performs sequentially pathway analysis and gene prioritization: A specific operator is executed for each task to translate the input gene set into semantic terms and pinpoint the pivotal-role genes on the derived semantic network. The output consists of the set of statistically significant semantic terms and the associated hub genes (the gene signature), prioritized according to their involvement in the underlying semantic topology.

Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: thodk

Cryo-EM processing workflow

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creators: None

Submitter: Irene Sánchez

DOI: 10.48546/workflowhub.workflow.188.1

Cryo-EM processing workflow

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creators: None

Submitter: Irene Sánchez

DOI: 10.48546/workflowhub.workflow.183.1

Continuous flexibility analysis of SARS-CoV-2 Spike prefusion structures

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creators: None

Submitter: Irene Sánchez

DOI: 10.48546/workflowhub.workflow.160.1

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