Discovery and characterization of Alu repeat sequences via precise local read assembly.

Abstract:

:Alu insertions have contributed to >11% of the human genome and ∼30-35 Alu subfamilies remain actively mobile, yet the characterization of polymorphic Alu insertions from short-read data remains a challenge. We build on existing computational methods to combine Alu detection and de novo assembly of WGS data as a means to reconstruct the full sequence of insertion events from Illumina paired end reads. Comparison with published calls obtained using PacBio long-reads indicates a false discovery rate below 5%, at the cost of reduced sensitivity due to the colocation of reference and non-reference repeats. We generate a highly accurate call set of 1614 completely assembled Alu variants from 53 samples from the Human Genome Diversity Project (HGDP) panel. We utilize the reconstructed alternative insertion haplotypes to genotype 1010 fully assembled insertions, obtaining >99% agreement with genotypes obtained by PCR. In our assembled sequences, we find evidence of premature insertion mechanisms and observe 5' truncation in 16% of AluYa5 and AluYb8 insertions. The sites of truncation coincide with stem-loop structures and SRP9/14 binding sites in the Alu RNA, implicating L1 ORF2p pausing in the generation of 5' truncations. Additionally, we identified variable AluJ and AluS elements that likely arose due to non-retrotransposition mechanisms.

journal_name

Nucleic Acids Res

journal_title

Nucleic acids research

authors

Wildschutte JH,Baron A,Diroff NM,Kidd JM

doi

10.1093/nar/gkv1089

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-12-02 00:00:00

pages

10292-307

issue

21

eissn

0305-1048

issn

1362-4962

pii

gkv1089

journal_volume

43

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