GenomeSpace Tools and Data Sources
Project Website: https://galaxy.ncgas-trinity.indiana.edu/
The Trinity Cancer Transcriptome Analysis Toolkit (CTAT) aims to provide tools for leveraging RNA-Seq to gain insights into the biology of cancer transcriptomes. Bioinformatics tool support is provided for mutation detection, fusion transcript identification, and de novo transcriptome assembly.
Trinity CTAT was developed at The Broad Institute and is hosted on the Trinity CTAT Galaxy portal by the National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) at Indiana University. CTAT is funded by the National Cancer Institute Informatics Technology for Cancer Research (NCI ITCR) program.
To create a Trinity account, connect it to GenomeSpace, and start using Trinity CTAT tools, please read through the Trinity Tool Guide.