A curated catalogue of human genomic structural variation

Variant Details

Variant: nsv436545

Internal ID15034345
Location Information
TypeCoordinatesAssemblyOther Links
Outerchr7:148374470..148379289hg38UCSC Ensembl
Outerchr7:148071562..148076381hg19UCSC Ensembl
Outerchr7:147702495..147707314hg18UCSC Ensembl
Allele length
AssemblyAllele length
Variant TypeCNV deletion
Copy Number
Allele State
Allele Origin
Probe Count
Validation Flag
Merged StatusM
Merged Variants
Supporting Variantsnssv466415
Known GenesCNTNAP2
AnalysisThe best placements of paired-ends were used for identifying several different categories of SV: (i) deletions (size sd=3 kb) were identified from two or more overlapping discordant paired-ends with paired-end span >cutoff (with the condition that both putative breakpoints are spanned); (ii) simple insertions (3 kb > ssi > 2 kb) were identified from two or more overlapping discordant paired-ends with paired-end span < cutoff; (iii) mated insertions were identified from two unpaired SVs that lie in nearby (i.e. 6 kb) genomic regions and had =2 paired-ends linking to a common, distant genomic region <100 kb; mated insertions may involve tandem duplications or events related to transpositions. (iv) Inversions were called when =2 paired-ends matched different strands. (v) Unmated insertions were predicted from =2 paired ends that support a rearrangement of a genomic region in which loci change relative order without changing the relative orientation (i.e., the strand). (These events are similar to mated insertions; however, unmated insertions have only one assigned breakpoint.) In each case we required at least two paired-ends to support a predicted SV. Furthermore, at least one paired-end had to match the human reference genome at sequence identity =97%. In addition, ends were required to yield best-scoring sequence alignments genome-wide to their respective region as assessed by Blat.
Pubmed ID17901297
Accession Number(s)nsv436545
Sample Size2
Observed Gain0
Observed Loss1
Observed Complex0

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