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Old 06-18-2017, 11:47 PM   #1
GizemGoles
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Unhappy Low number of variants taken from high GB data- NextSeq 500

Hi,

I got 112GB raw data from nextera rapid capture enrichment of nextseq500. FastQ files are approximately 7-9 GB. When I try to annotate variants, the number of variants are nearly 200.000, which is quite low for an exome sequencing result. It is like a bioinformatic error that cannot interpret the variants from the data. Or could it be caused by something else?

Two samples- both have 8GB FASTQ- one has 200.000 variants, other has 1.000.000 variants. How could it be possible ?

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Old 06-21-2017, 03:48 AM   #2
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From exomes I have seen on that platform about 50000 good variants are to be expected. 1m is way too high for an exome.

Perhaps you need to filter more on quality, I would recommend filtering with vt etc. Also check the calls in a genome browser.

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