Statistical Mitogenome Assembly with Repeats Fahad Alqahtani & Ion Mndoiu 10-19-2018 Outline Background SMART pipeline Results
Conclusions and future work Mitochondria: the powerhouse of the cell Cellular organelles within eukaryotic cells Convert chemical energy from food into adenosine triphosphate (ATP) The popular term "powerhouse of the cell" was coined by Philip Siekevitz in 1957 The second genome Source:https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/lab/forensic-science-communications/fsc/july1999/dnalist.htm/dnaf1.htm
Why sequence the mitogenome? Important role in disease Tuppen, Helen AL, et al. "Mitochondrial DNA mutations and human disease." Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1797.2 (2010): 113-128. Why sequence the mitogenome? Important role in disease Tracing maternal ancestry
Source: http://www.norwaydna.no/mtdna_en/ Why sequence the mitogenome? Important role in disease Tracing maternal ancestry Inferring human population migrations https://blog.23andme.com/ancestry/haplogroups-explained/
Why sequence the mitogenome? Important role in disease Tracing maternal ancestry Inferring human population migrations Species tree reconstruction Kurabayashi, Atsushi, and Masayuki Sumida. "Afrobatrachian mitochondrial genomes: genome reorganization, gene rearrangement mechanisms, and evolutionary trends of duplicated and rearranged genes." BMC genomics 14.1 (2013): 633.
Mitogenome assembly Most existing pipelines rely on reference genome or mitogenome of related species Off-the-shelf de novo assemblers poorly suited for assembling mtDNA from WGS reads Mitochondrial reads often discarded due to much higher sequencing depth of mtDNA compared to gDNA Do not handle well circular genomes & repeats Outline
Background SMART pipeline Results Conclusions and future work SMART Statistical Mitogenome Assembly with RepeaTs Input: Paired-end WGS reads Seed sequence (COI gene) Output: Complete/circular mitogenome (or largest scaffold)
SMART workflow Adapter trimming Automatic detection of adaptors and trimming using Perl/C++ modules from the IRFinder package PE overlap allows very precise (single base resolution) adapter trimming Middleton, Robert, et al. "IRFinder: assessing the impact of intron retention on mammalian gene expression." Genome biology 18.1 (2017): 51. Seed (COI) sequences
A ~648bp region of Cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 (COI) gene has been selected as a DNA barcode for taxonomic classification Barcode of Life Datasystem (BOLD) has >6M barcodes from 194K animal species, 67K plant species, 21k fungi & other species http://www.boldsystems.org/ Coverage based filter Reads with 1 error OK Preliminary assembly
Reads passing coverage filter assembled using Velvet De Bruijn Graph assembler https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velvet_assembler Preliminary contig filtering Contigs aligned against eukaryotic mitogenomes using BLAST Keep contigs with significant hits only Read alignment Using HISAT2
Fast and sensitive aligner for NGS reads Pulls out additional mitochondrial reads missed by coverage filter Secondary assembly Using SPAdes Based on multisized de Bruijn graph Robust to non-uniformities in read coverage Read alignment and SPAdes assembly repeated Until simplified contig graph is Eulerian, or max iterations reached Max-likelihood search Eulerian paths evaluated using likelihood model implemented in ALE [Clark et al 2013]
ALE likelihood Placement scoring: How well read sequences agree with the assembly Insert scoring: How well PE insert lengths match those we would expect Depth scoring: How well depth at each location agrees with depth expected after GCbias correction
K-mer scoring: How well k-mer counts of each contig match multinomial distribution estimated from entire assembly https://academic.oup.com/bioinformatics/article/29/4/435/199222 Bootstrapping & clustering Process repeated for n=10 bootstrap samples Rotation invariant pairwise distances computed using fitting alignment ML sequences clustered using hierarchical clustering Consensus computed for each cluster
A A B MITOS annotation Galaxy interface @ neo.engr.uconn.edu/?toolid=SMART Outline
Background SMART pipeline Results Conclusions and future work Coverage filter accuracy 2.5M reads Ground truth determined by bowtie2 alignment to known reference
Background SMART pipeline Results Conclusions and future work Conclusions
SMART is an automated pipeline for de novo mitogenome assembly from WGS reads Based on statistical framework Probabilistic read classifier based on coverage Likelihood maximization for resolving ambiguities in assembly graph Assembly confidence estimated by bootstrapping Produces complete/circular assemblies even in presence of repeats Available via galaxy interface at neo.engr.uconn.edu/?toolid=SMART Ongoing work
Large-scale pipeline validation 47 frog species from [Zhang et al 2013] Reconstruction of plant mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes Extension to long read sequencing technologies (PacBio, Nanopore) Thank you for you attention! Any questions?
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