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Detection of mutations in plasma using multiplex amplicon sequencing


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#1 biancanevebebostunner

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Posted 24 April 2014 - 02:11 AM

Hi everybody,

I am trying looking for genetic mutations in plasma. This was done by multiplex amplicon sequencing using custom primers. Variant calling was done with a tool in the SamTools suite, called mPileup. Two filters based on the variant allele frequency (more than 0.5%) and ratio of variant to 3rd highest base ( at least 15), were used to remove low quality reads.

I am detecting very few variant reads in our plasma samples.

Does anyone have an idea why this happens? What could be a cause of this result? I am hoping to get more variants in my plasma sample




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