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Table 1 Structural variants inserted into the first simulated dataset

From: Bellerophon: a hybrid method for detecting interchromo-somal rearrangements at base pair resolution using next-generation sequencing data

Chr1 Bkpt1 Strand1 Chr2 Bkpt2 Strand2 Type
9 73,000,000 + 11 63,000,000 + U
5 40,000,000 + 2 140,000,000 + U
7 11,000,000 + 12 45,000,000 - U
10 5,000,000 - 20 15,000,000 + U
16 6,000,000 - 18 12,000,000 + U
4 9,000,000 + 17 17,000,000 + U
3 35,000,000 + 6 14,000,000 + B
6 14,001,000 + 3 35,000,001 + B
13 45,000,000 + 14 30,000,000 + II
14 30,200,000 + 13 45,000,001 + II
1 105,000,000 - 22 25,000,000 + II
22 25,000,001 + 1 105,600,000 - II
  1. Structural variants inserted into the simulated dataset. U = unbalanced translocation, II = interchromosomal insertion, and B = balanced translocation. For the "II" and "B" variants, the partner breakpoints are listed consecutively. For "II" variants, the donor chromosome and its breakpoint are bolded. Note that the chr3 and chr6 balanced translocation contains a 1000-bp duplication, so it is not entirely reciprocal.