[REPACK] Download DATA File V2.00 - 2.41 GB
There is also cloud init, yet I can't find any info on how to copy files from a Storage bucket. Examples seem to be suggesting that it's better to include content of files in the cloud init file directly, which is not something I want to do because security. Is it possible to download files from Storge bucket using cloud init?
Download DATA File v2.00 - 2.41 GB
Trying to execute a startup-script with a cloud-sdk image and copying files there as suggested by Guillaume didn't work for me for a while, showing this log. Eventually I realised that the cloud-sdk image is 2.41GB when uncompressed and takes over 2 minutes to complete pulling. I tried again with an empty COS instance and the startup script completed successfully, downloading the data from a Storage bucket.
The uploaded-images container existed before the upload, andthe invocation to Swiftly identified it as the container to hold themanifest. The size of this container is small because it contains onlythe Static Large Object manifest file, which is a text file in JSONformat. (The content of this file is shown in the preceding example.)The uploaded-images_segments container, which Swiftly created,contains the actual image data divided into segment files. The size ofthis container is 2.41 GB, which is the size of the uploaded image.
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The domestic ferret (Mustela putorius furo) is an important animal model for multiple human respiratory diseases. It is considered the 'gold standard' for modeling human influenza virus infection and transmission1,2,3,4. Here we describe the 2.41 Gb draft genome assembly of the domestic ferret, constituting 2.28 Gb of sequence plus gaps. We annotated 19,910 protein-coding genes on this assembly using RNA-seq data from 21 ferret tissues. We characterized the ferret host response to two influenza virus infections by RNA-seq analysis of 42 ferret samples from influenza time-course data and showed distinct signatures in ferret trachea and lung tissues specific to 1918 or 2009 human pandemic influenza virus infections. Using microarray data from 16 ferret samples reflecting cystic fibrosis disease progression, we showed that transcriptional changes in the CFTR-knockout ferret lung reflect pathways of early disease that cannot be readily studied in human infants with cystic fibrosis disease.
We performed whole-genome sequencing with DNA from an individual female sable ferret (M. putorius furo) and created a genome assembly using ALLPATHS-LG5. The draft assembly is 2.41 Gb including gaps, has a contig N50 size of 44.8 kb, a scaffold N50 size of 9.3 Mb and quality metrics comparable to other genomes sequenced using Illumina technology (Table 1 and Supplementary Note). RNA-seq data for annotation were obtained from polyadenylated transcripts using RNA from 24 samples of 21 tissues from male and female ferrets, including both developmental and adult tissues (Supplementary Table 1). The genome assembly was annotated using the Ensembl gene annotation system6 (Ensembl release 70). Protein-coding gene models were annotated by combining alignments of Uniprot7 mammal and other vertebrate protein sequences and the aforementioned RNA-seq data. The ferret genome can be viewed as unanchored scaffolds along with the Ensembl genome models in both the University of California Santa Cruz and Ensembl genome browser interfaces. We also used the tool liftOver to map the coordinates from the ferret assembly onto the well-finished genome sequence of its phylogenetic neighbor, the domestic dog (Canis familiaris; V3.1); this mapping is a useful resource for a genome based on short-read sequencing and facilitates browsing the ferret genome in the surrogate context of dog chromosomes (Supplementary Fig. 1).
The genome assembly was annotated by the Ensembl gene annotation system6 (Ensembl release 70, August 2012). Protein-coding gene models were annotated by combining alignments of Uniprot7 mammal and other vertebrate protein sequences and RNA-seq data. RNA-seq models were generated from a survey of adult ferret and embryonic ferret tissues, including tissues from an influenza-infected ferret. This pipeline produced 23,963 transcripts arising from 19,910 protein coding genes and 3,614 short noncoding genes. The ferret gene annotation is available on the Ensembl website ( _putorius_furo/), including orthologs, gene trees and whole-genome alignments against human, mouse and other mammals. Also included are the tissue-specific mRNA-seq transcript models, indexed BAM files and complete set of splice junctions identified by our pipeline. Further information about the annotation process can be found at _putorius_furo/Info/Annotation, which includes a summary as well as a PDF giving a detailed description of the ferret genebuild.
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