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LinkedSV: Detection of mosaic structural variants from linked-read exome and genome sequencing data
Michael V Gonzalez,
Fernanda A Mafra,
Renata Pellegrino da Silva,
Posted 06 Sep 2018
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/409789
Posted 06 Sep 2018
Reliable detection of structural variants (SVs) from short-read sequencing remains challenging, partly due to the presence of repetitive DNA elements that are longer than typical short reads (~100-150bp). Linked-read sequencing provides long-range information from short-read sequencing data by linking reads originating from the same DNA molecule based on barcoding, and thus has the potential to improve the sensitivity of SV detection and accuracy of breakpoint identification for certain classes of SVs. We present LinkedSV (https://github.com/WGLab/LinkedSV), a novel SV detection algorithm which combines two types of statistical evidence. Simulation studies demonstrated that LinkedSV outperformed multiple existing computational tools, and it worked particularly well on exome sequencing data and on SVs with low variant allele frequencies due to somatic mosaicism. We further demonstrated two clinical cases where LinkedSV successfully identified disease causal SVs from linked-read exome sequencing data, yet other computational methods failed, suggesting that a fraction of negative cases from clinical exome sequencing may be due to hidden SVs undetectable by traditional methods. Finally, comparative analysis of a human genome deeply sequenced by PacBio long-read sequencing (103X) and linked-read sequencing (37X) demonstrated unique advantages of linked-read data to identify large SVs that are missed from high-coverage long-read data. In summary, our results support the use of linked-read sequencing to detect hidden SVs missed by conventional short-read sequencing approaches, and may help resolve negative cases from clinical genome or exome sequencing.
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