Table 1

Fusion genes and breakpoint paths predicted by BreakTrans-0.0.6

Number

Fusion genes

Breakpoint paths


1

ANKHD1-EIF4EBP3>PCDH1

5:139807117+65|5:141217466-

2

CCDC85C>SETD3

14:99059254-7|14:98966917-

3

RARA>PKIA

17:35727917+45|8:79637984+

4

SUMF1>LRRFIP2

3:4338455-34|3:37158400-

5

TATDN1>GSDMB

8:125618280-93|17:35321200-

6

WDR67>ZNF704

8:81882283-4|8:81882470+0|8:81916434+18|8:124171162-0|8:124158930-36|8:124161970+

8:124171162+18|8:81916434-

7

MTBP>SAMD12

8:121547851+33|8:119503797+0|8:119661057+2|8:119666167-0|8:119662603-33|8:118985543+0|8:118990300+28|8:118992237-0|8:118985543-33|8:119662603+0|8:119666167+2|8:119661057-

8

PREX1>CPNE1

20:46795673-17|20:33925625-0|20:33923847-18|20:33679982-

9

DHX35-ITCH

10

NFS1-PREX1

11

CYTH1-EIF3H

12

CSE1L-ENSG00000236127


Eight gene fusions were predicted by BreakTrans-0.0.6, including 6 previously known fusions (1 to 6) and 2 novel ones (7 and 8). Four previously known fusions (9 to 12) were not predicted due primarily to lack of coverage. For each fusion, at least one underlying genomic allele is found, represented as a breakpoint path that consists of a serial of breakpoint strings (Materials and methods). '>' represents the predicted (5' to 3') order of a gene fusion.

Chen et al. Genome Biology 2013 14:R87   doi:10.1186/gb-2013-14-8-r87

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