[New paper] A new method to detect low-frequent somatic deletion in control-free samples

We published a new paper in Bioinformatics.

In this study, Junho Kim (1st author) and Sangwoo Kim (corresponding author) developed a new method (SoloDel) that discovers somatic deletions that exist in a low-frequency in a sample. We validated that this method can detect a novel somatic deletion this is present at as low as ~1% in brain tissues.

SoloDel: a probabilistic model for detecting low-frequent somatic deletions from unmatched sequencing data http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/31/19/3105.abstract Collaboration with Doheon Lee (KAIST)

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