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|Title:||RNA Editing Detection in HPC Infrastructures||Authors:||Giudice, Claudio Lo
RNA editing by A-to-I deamination is a relevant co/posttranscriptional modification carried out by ADAR enzymes. In humans, it has pivotal cellular effects and its deregulation has been linked to a variety of human disorders including neurological and neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. Despite its biological relevance, the detection of RNA editing variants in large transcriptome sequencing experiments (RNAseq) is yet a challenging computational task. To drastically reduce computing times we have developed a novel REDItools version able to identify A-to-I events in huge amount of RNAseq data employing High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructures.Here we show how to use REDItools v2 in HPC systems.
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