Question: why allelic count on forward and reverse strand do not add up to depth in the results of samtools mpileup?
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13 months ago by
mt1022130
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mt1022130 wrote:
dmel_mitochondrion_genome       2878    .       A       <*>     0       .       DP=15;I16=0,9,0,0,347,13419,0,0,180,3600,0,0,140,2570,0,0;QS=1,0;MQ0F=0 PL:ADF:ADR      0,27,86:0,0:9,0

See the above line for example. Here the depth is DP=15, however allelic count on forward strand and reverse stand is 0, 0 and 9, 0, and sum up to 9 < 15. Why this happens?

Thanks in advance.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 13 months ago by Tom_L250 • written 13 months ago by mt1022130
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13 months ago by
Tom_L250
Tom_L250 wrote:

The first four values of the I16 tags are depths at Q13 threshold, corresponding to 10^(-13/10) base calling error, which is 5% (documentation: http://samtools.sourceforge.net/mpileup.shtml).

Would it be possible that 15 is the total depth without taking into account any base calling threshold whereas 9 passed the given threshold? Can you check that into the corresponding BAM file?

Cheers.

ADD COMMENTlink written 13 months ago by Tom_L250

the quality of base calling for those reads is ~30 at that position. I guess this is not the main problem.

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