Apr 24, 2014

HELLO: A hybrid variant calling approach

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Joel Z. LeiboTomaso Poggio

Abstract

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies that cost-effectively characterize genomic regions and identify sequence variations using short reads are the current standard for genome sequencing. However, calling small indels in low-complexity regions of the genome using NGS is challenging. Recent advances in Third Generation Sequencing (TGS) provide long reads, which call large-structural variants accurately. However, these reads have context-dependent indel errors in low-complexity regions, resulting in lower accuracy of small indel calls compared to NGS reads. When both small and large-structural variants need to be called, both NGS and TGS reads may be available. Integration of the two data types with unique error profiles could improve robustness of small variant calling in challenging cases. However, there currently does not exist a method integrating both types of data for small variant calling. We present a novel method that integrates NGS and TGS reads to call small variants. We leverage the Mixture of Experts paradigm which uses an ensemble of Deep Neural Networks (DNN), each processing a different data type to make predictions. We present improvements in our DNN design compared to previous work such as sequence proce...Continue Reading

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