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Is possible to use GATK in a couple dozen of targeting sequences but thousands of samples?


I amplified ~50 target genes in plants, half of them are chloroplast markers (haploid) and the other half are nuclear markers (diploid). I am wondering if it is possible to use the pipelines in GATK to process these kind of data. I have used a LIST of these genes in fasta format as my reference sequences to create a bam alignment (map to ref). I am curious if this will be a good approach or if I should concatenate the list of target genes. Additionally, the chloroplast markers have important variation in the homopolymers whereas the nuclear markers do not have indels, should I split these data for the calling variants steps? I would appreciate any feedback.


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  • ryanmidryanmid Member

    Thank you for your feedback!

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