There are 2 approaches when it comes to analyzing Swift Biosciences sequencing data utilizing UMIs, depending on whether the assay is capture-based or amplicon-based.
Capture-based assays - TS Hyb
You need to upload 3 FASTQ files (pair-end + UMIs):
- files 1 and 3 as input FASTQ files (e.g. "foo_R1_001.fastq.gz" and "foo_R3_001.fastq.gz")
- file 2 as the UMI file (e.g. "foo_R2_001.fastq.gz")
Amplicon-based assays - HS
You need to upload 2 FASTQ files (pair-end) and simply launch the analysis as usual. In this case, UMI sequences are derived from the data automatically:
- first 10nt from the read 2
In both cases, except for the initial correct setup of the assay, there is no need for any additional settings when launching the analysis.