GECCO stands for Genomic CNV Classification Objectively, a simple bioinformatics tool built in Java designed to help you determine the benign and the pathogenic copy number variants.
GECCO comes in handy for classifying copy number variations (CNVs), which are DNA alterations caused by an abnormal number of certain DNA sections in the genome.
– GECCO is a simple bioinformatics tool for assessing the CNVs in your genome.
– The tool implements object-oriented programming design, allowing you to work with various programs and settings through a simple set of classes and methods.
– Results can be stored in the sqlite3 database.
– The tool supports Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems.
– The tool is fully compliant with the WGA standards.
– The tool currently supports only the NIST CNVs database.
– The tool currently supports the following:
– WGA method “Pooled Oligo-DNA Probe”: SNPs with hg19 positions “62296533, 62296479, 62296478, 62296476, 62296475, 62296474, 62296473, 62296472, 62296471, 62296470, 62296459, 62296455, 62296454, 62296453, 62296452, 62296451, 62296450, 62296447, 62296446, 62296445, 62296444, 62296443, 62296442, 62296441, 62296440, 62296437, 62296436, 62296435, 62296434, 62296433, 62296432, 62296421, 62296420, 62296419, 62296418, 62296417, 62296406, 62296405, 62296404, 62296403, 62296402, 62296094, 62296091, 62296090, 62296087, 62296086, 62296085, 62296083, 62296082, 62296081, 62296078, 62296076, 62296073, 62296072, 62296070, 62296067, 62296066, 62296065, 62296062, 62296060, 62295998, 62295997, 62295996, 62295995, 62295994, 62295993, 62295991, 62295990, 62295988, 62295986, 62295985, 62295983, 62295982, 62295981
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– Full set of (Y/N) option and dialogs for including or excluding certain categories of variants from classification.
– Enabled by default to include all variants that may have clinical significance.
– Allows to choose the number of ‘risk factors’ (the number of criteria needed to make a variant pathogenic)
– Optimized and corrected for new types of CNVs, such as amplifications and deletions.
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The GECCO program is a simple tool designed to help you classify copy number variations (CNVs) from a group of DNA samples.
CNVs are an important type of genomic variation. They occur when a section of the genome, usually a segment of DNA, is duplicated or deleted. A duplication of a section of a chromosome is called an aneuploidy, and a deletion is called a deletion.
Most CNVs can be harmless, but some can cause disease. A CNV is benign if it is not associated with a phenotype, like learning problems or difficulties in motor coordination.
GECCO can classify CNVs as either benign or pathogenic. Benign CNVs can be used to identify individuals who would not be at a high risk of having a disorder.
GECCO can classify CNVs as pathogenic if the CNVs have been previously associated with a phenotype, such as intellectual disability.
GECCO is a simple tool that can classify CNVs from a group of DNA samples.
GECCO has the following features:
– The ability to classify CNVs as benign or pathogenic
– The ability to classify copy number deletions and duplications
– The ability to classify individuals based on whether they have CNVs or not
– The ability to read a VCF file and classify it
1. You will start GECCO by selecting your training set of files. Your training set of files must be in a VCF (Variant Call Format) file. A VCF file is a text file that contains the list of variants for each DNA sample in the training set. You will also need to select a test set of files to classify, and your test set of files must be in a VCF file.
– The training set and the test set of files can be different files or you can also use the same files to train and test.
2. You will then click on the “Start” button. A new tab will appear with a message “Analyzing your samples”. You can then select to look at a single sample or select multiple samples. GECCO will classify the samples and the results will be displayed in the panel. You can export the data and the results in a comma separated format or tab delimited format.
The samples to be classified are written in the first line of the VCF file.
The samples with the common prefix (e.g. ABCD…) are all the samples of the same individual.
The samples with the prefix of the sample name (e.g. ABCD01) are the samples of different individuals.
The samples with the prefix of the sample number (e.g. ABCD123) are the samples of the same individual and cannot be confused with the samples with the same common prefix.
System Requirements For GECCO:
OS: Windows 7
Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB
Hard Drive: 40 GB
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible video card with 1 GB of video memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card with 48 KHz, 16-bit stereo
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