Extracting snps from a range of coordinates
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I have a list of genes. and i want to extract the snps and indels from my VCF file (that i generated using GATK pipeline ) from genes coordinates on . The list of genes coordinates:

Gene Name   Accession_no.   Start_Position   End_Position   Strand 
Rv0194         NC_000962.3       226878         230462            +

I was looking bedtools but it is asking for .bed format of genes nd as well .bed of bam files. how to do it ? or any other options/tools/scripts?

Like i tried tabix:

bgzip ERR038736_UnifiedGenotyper_variants_raw_snp.vcf
tabix ERR038736_UnifiedGenotyper_variants_raw_snp.vcf.gz
tabix ERR038736_UnifiedGenotyper_variants_raw_snp.vcf.gz AL123456.3:226878-230462 > Rv0194

and this gave me the variants like this:

AL123456.3      227098  .       T       C       6730.77 .       AC=2;AF=1.00;AN=2;DP=172;Dels=0.
AL123456.3      228069  .       G       A       7132.77 .       AC=2;AF=1.00;AN=2;BaseQRankSum=-
AL123456.3      228168  .       G       C       6682.77 .       AC=2;AF=1.00;AN=2;DP=171;Dels=0.

But this is not a vcf file and i can only extract it one at a time. I want to extract all variants against a list of coordinates and store it in a vcf output.

Can anyone help me it this?

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Hello,

you can convert this list into a valid bedfile by:

$ cut -f2-4 genes.txt|tail -n+2 > genes.bed

You can than take this bed file with tabix

$ tabix input.vcf.gz -R genes.bed

fin swimmer

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can you please explain what -f2-4 is doing? and what -n+2 is doing

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Sure :)

  • cut -f2-4 select the columns 2 to 4 which contain the Accession_no., start and end position
  • tail -n+2 prints all from the second line onward. This is necessary to get rid of the header line.

fin swimmer

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Oh great it superb thanks ..

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Hello angelshiza,

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it doesnot give the output in vcf format and i want the vcf file in the end

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Is this a comment to my answer?

tabix will output a vcf. If you like to output the header data as well type:

$ tabix -h input.vcf.gz -R genes.bed

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Oh that is great thank you!

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BEDOPS:

$ vcf2bed --insertions < snps.vcf > insertions.bed
$ vcf2bed --deletions < snps.vcf > deletions.bed
$ vcf2bed --snvs < snps.vcf > snvs.bed

https://bedops.readthedocs.io/en/latest/content/reference/file-management/conversion/vcf2bed.html

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Check bedtools intersect angelshiza

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If you have the gtf/gff3 file of gene annotation along with variant's .vcf file then I will suggest you to annotate your variants using snpeff as it will not only provide information on which SNPs belongs to which gene but it will also determine the effect of the variants.

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No i dont have gff/gft. I have multiple genes with coordinate can i make gff/gft of many genes in one file ?? Can you share if you know.

Thank you Sar

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How you have identified the genes? means have you used any specific tool for gene prediction?

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i have the gene list with coordinates:

Gene Name   Accession_no.   Start_Position   End_Position   Strand 
Rv0194         NC_000962.3       226878         230462            +
Rv3695         NC_000962.3       226888         230452            +
Rv1144         NC_000962.3       66878         98462            +
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