Created by: premanand17
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One or more sentences describing in detail the proposed changes.
Updates to support ProteinFeature data imported from GIFTS.
- Added script to import data from GIFTS database in to protein_feature table
- Methods to store cigar_line and align_type to ProteinFeature
- Methods to handle MD Tag string parsing and deducing alignment_length and compute alignment strings
- Updated ProteinFeatureAdapter to extend BaseAlignFeatureAdaptor to support alignment related methods
- Updated ProteinFeature to extend BaseAlignFeature to support alignment related methods
- Added some utility methods to fetch gifts_import data
Describe the problem. Please provide an example representing the motivation behind the need for having these changes in place.
Problem: Current API can only handle 'ensembl' alignment_type and cannot handle mdz string alignment_type. Also the ProteinFeature object is not 'alignment aware'. The proposed changes, will support handling of other alignment types and also will enable to represent protein-protein alignment info in ProteinFeature object.
If applicable, describe the advantages the changes will have.
Can import and store gifts data thereby unifying genomic and proteomics data Can store MD Tag alignment string, which is a better representation than CIGAR or CIGARPLUS
If applicable, describe any possible undesirable consequence of the changes.
If new alignment type has to be added in feature, have to provide methods to handle that alignment string.
Have you added/modified unit tests to test the changes?
If so, do the tests pass/fail?
Pass, of course.
Have you run the entire test suite and no regression was detected?