Question: Creating a set of rare variants shared by a child and a parents with VCF and Tabix
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12 months ago by
solene.conrad10 wrote:


I have two single WES from a child and his father. I would like to create a set a of rare variants inherited from the father. Afterwards, my goal is to compare if these rare variants still be found in a WES where I have pooled 2 fathers, to tests the sensibility of pooling.

I have been told that I could use Tabix but I don't know where to find the information on allele frequency in general population from GnomAD, to see what variants are rares? I could work on FastQ, cram and VCF formats.

Thank you!


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ADD COMMENTlink modified 11 months ago by Nicolas Rosewick9.2k • written 12 months ago by solene.conrad10
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11 months ago by
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Nicolas Rosewick9.2k wrote:

Some hints :

First filter only variants with a gnomAD AF under a certain threshold to be considered as rare ( < 1% ; < 0.1% , up to you) in the father and son vcf. To do that you could first annotate your VCFs using VEP ( and then filter with filter_vep or bcftools

Then intersect father and son vcf using bcftools isec -n +2 father_rare.vcf son_rare.vcf

ADD COMMENTlink written 11 months ago by Nicolas Rosewick9.2k
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