Question: ATAC-QC fragSizeDist function
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4 months ago by
Shuang He0
China/Beijing
Shuang He0 wrote:

I tried ATAC-QC package For the fragSizeDist function, I wonder that whether the input bam file need to be the raw bam files which include the chrM, duplicates. When I tried to input the bam file (q30) which was removed the adapters,duplicates, chrM, the fragment distribution seemed a little strange since the number of fragment < 100bp (which was considered as nucleosome free region) was similar with around 200bp.

The duplication rate is 34%, the %chrM of filtered bam is 50%.

Thank you in advance!

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 4 months ago by Julie Zhu4.1k • written 4 months ago by Shuang He0
Answer: ATAC-QC fragSizeDist function
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4 months ago by
Julie Zhu4.1k
United States
Julie Zhu4.1k wrote:

Shuang, It seem that your library contains a lot of mitochondria DNA, which is a waste of reads. For your future reference, it is more efficient to deplete mitochondria DNA when constructing the ATAC-seq sequencing library. I am wondering what the fragment size distribution looks like (ATACseqQC::fragSizeDist) with chrM reads included in the BAM file. Best regards, Julie

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