This is the ENCODE-DCC Micro RNA-sequencing pipeline. The scope of the pipeline is to cut adapters, align reads, generate signal tracks, and quantify genes.
MicroRNA-seq allows researchers to characterize and quantify the expression and prevalence of the small non-coding RNA moleccules known as microRNA. These molecules may play an important role in diseases, and significant effort is underway to understand their effects across a variety of tissue types and cells. For effective processing, the average insert size must be no more than 30 bases.
This workflow is not very computationally intensive and costs tend to be under a few dollars.
*Job cost examples are for estimates only. To get a more accurate idea of job costs, try running a single job before running many jobs.
- Encode Project Website