Question: How to export CNVkit results into PyClone?
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23 months ago by
Jokhe90
Sweden
Jokhe90 wrote:

Hi,

I have performed targeted amplicon sequencing for paired normal-tumor samples and recently identified both somatic mutations (VarScan2 somatic) and copynumber changes (CNVkit's batch command) in my samples. I would like to move on and study the tumour heterogeneity within my samples with PyClone.

Manual of CNVkit describes how data is exported into THetA2. However, as a beginner I find the manual little bit hard-to-read especially what comes to heterogeneity analysis and I can't figure out how I should run the program to obtain the input file for PyClone. Based on previous posts I know that some people have had good results with CNVkit+PyClone. I would like to see similar example script for the use with PyClone as well. Could anyone provide an example?

Thank you in advance!

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 23 months ago by Eric T.2.3k • written 23 months ago by Jokhe90

Hi Eric, i have the same question with you. I have download the WES data and used mutect2 to call somatic mutations and CNVkit to call CNV. But i really don't know how can i create the tsv file for pyclone. If you have solved this problem, please teach me how to do. Thank you.

ADD REPLYlink written 5 days ago by meizi201520
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23 months ago by
Eric T.2.3k
San Francisco, CA
Eric T.2.3k wrote:

I don't have a script for doing this, but if someone else has one I'd be happy to include it in the main CNVkit distribution. (Same goes for documentation.)

A good start might be to run export nexus-ogt to align b-allele frequencies to segments, then process or edit that output file further to format it for PyClone.

ADD COMMENTlink written 23 months ago by Eric T.2.3k
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