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  • Samtools mpileup on multiple samples

    Hi,
    I have multiple samples from which I would like to call SNP. I've been trying either to call them separately or all at once

    samtools mpileup -uf hg19.fa sample1.bam | bcftools view -bvcg - > out.bcf
    or
    samtools mpileup -uf hg19.fa sample1.bam sample2.bam | bcftools view -bvcg - > out.bcf

    In the first case, I can get coverage (DP) at each position where a SNP is encountered, but only for the sample that has the SNP. That is, I would like to get the coverage at that position in all samples, but I could not.

    In the second case, for SNP I know are present in both samples, I found only 1 value for DP, which I assume is the combined coverage of both samples (see below).
    Is there any way I can get DP and DP4 for all samples even if the SNP is only in one?

    chr1 15211 . T G 51 . DP=16;AF1=1;CI95=0.8333,1;DP4=3,0,10,3;MQ=30;FQ=-37.5;PV4=1,1.3e-05,1,1 GT:PL:GQ 1/1:46,9,0:21 1/1:23,9,0:21

    Second question, I've been having a hard time trying to annotate the SNP calls in the vcf file (produced by bcftools view) with its rsID. I tried vcftools

    >bgzip UCSC_SNP_v132
    >zcat input.vcf.gz | vcftools_0.1.5/bin/fill-rsIDs -r UCSC_SNP_v132.gz | tabix-0.2.5/bgzip -c > out


    but kept getting error below which suggests to me that I'm not using the right format for the input dbSNP. I used the BED format downloaded from UCSC. What am I doing wrong here?

    tabix ./UCSC_SNP_v132.gz chr1 2>&1 |: No such file or directory at vcftools_0.1.5/bin/fill-rsIDs line 20
    main::error('tabix ./UCSC_SNP_v132.gz chr1 2>&1 |: No such file or directory') called at vcftools_0.1.5/bin/fill-rsIDs line 93
    main::fill_rsids('HASH(0x169602a0)', './UCSC_SNP_v132.gz') called at vcftools_0.1.5/bin/fill-rsIDs line 11

    Thanks!!

  • #2
    Regarding your first question: The -D option keeps per sample read depth with mpileup.

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    • #3
      Thanks, DerSeb!

      Regarding my 2nd question, I realized that error was because tabix (called inside fill-rsIDs) was not on my path.

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      • #4
        how to annotate VCF files created by bcftools view?

        I have 1 big vcf files which compares 12 samples by using samtools mpileup. And I would like annotate them? my reference genome is Hg19. How can annotate VCf files ?

        Could you write commands and set up and where to download vcftools?

        Thanks in advance.

        Are you using only vcftools? What about ANNOVAR?

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        • #5
          No, here's no way to run multiple sample .bams together and get the DP4 of each sample. I Which is a pity, since that would be useful. What you get instead are other stats, which can give you an idea of how good the SNP is in each sample.

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          • #6
            For annotating the VCF file you can use the Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor. It is very helpful and can also produce SIFT, PolyPhen and Condel consensus.


            I would recommend using the Perl script with a pre-built cache. http://ensembl.org/info/docs/variati...ep_script.html

            Here is the command that I use to annotate on a Mac:
            perl variant_effect_predictor.pl --species homo_sapiens -i SNP.vcf --format vcf -o SNP_effects.txt --sift b --polyphen b --condel b --gene --hgnc --canonical --regulatory --coding_only --no_intergenic --cache --compress gzcat --check_existing
            Variant Effect Predictor can also be used to check the SNPs against the 1000 Genomes and HapMap projects but I was not able to get it running. It was always throwing an error.

            --Dinesh
            Last edited by DineshCyanam; 12-28-2011, 01:26 PM.

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            • #7
              Thank you. Sorry for my late. I will try them.

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