De novo assembly of 150 Danish genomes reveals rich structural complexity
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Alignment of Genome Denmark Phase II dataset to GRCh38. The dataset consists of 150 Danish individuals (50 trios) sequenced to 80X. The BAM-file contains data from multiple libraries created from one individual with libraries of 180, 500, 800, 2000, 5000, 10000 and 20000 bp. The libraries were created using standard Illumina protocols for paired end reads (180-800bp libraries) and mate pair libraries (2kb-20kb).
Variants on the Y chromosome for 62 danish males in VCF format from the GenomeDenmark Phase 2 cohort. Variants were called using reference based approaches such as the haplotype-caller module from GATK and using alignment of denovo assemblies to the reference using ASMvar.
Variants and genotypes called in 50 danish parent-offspring trios from 80x Illumina sequencing data using BayesTyper. Data was produced using different insert size libraries of the sizes 180, 500, 800, 2000, 5000, 10000 and 20000 bp. The sample IDs for the fathers and mothers are TrioID-01 and TrioID-02, respectively, and the IDs for the children are TrioID-0x, where x is a number between 3 and 7
Validation of HLA variation of 8 individuals from the GenomeDenmark Phase 2 study. Validation is performed Sanger sequencing of selected amplicons (5-10 amplicons per sample).
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The MHC vcf call set was generated using a modified AsmVar and BayesTyper pipeline. In contrast to the original pipeline, where variant calling is performed using alignment of collapsed assemblies to a reference genome, the MHC call set was produced using alignment of phased MHC haplotypes. Two iterations of BayesTyper was run, a first iteration for each haplotype seperately and a second iteration performing joint variant calling on all haplotypes. The sample IDs for the fathers and mothers are ... (Show More)