De novo identification of satellite DNAs in the sequenced genomes of Drosophila virilis and D. americana using the RepeatExplorer and TAREAN pipelines


Autoři: Bráulio S. M. L. Silva aff001;  Pedro Heringer aff001;  Guilherme B. Dias aff001;  Marta Svartman aff001;  Gustavo C. S. Kuhn aff001
Působiště autorů: Departamento de Genética, Ecologia e Evolução, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brasil aff001
Vyšlo v časopise: PLoS ONE 14(12)
Kategorie: Research Article
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0223466

Souhrn

Satellite DNAs are among the most abundant repetitive DNAs found in eukaryote genomes, where they participate in a variety of biological roles, from being components of important chromosome structures to gene regulation. Experimental methodologies used before the genomic era were insufficient, too laborious and time-consuming to recover the collection of all satDNAs from a genome. Today, the availability of whole sequenced genomes combined with the development of specific bioinformatic tools are expected to foster the identification of virtually all the “satellitome” of a particular species. While whole genome assemblies are important to obtain a global view of genome organization, most of them are incomplete and lack repetitive regions. We applied short-read sequencing and similarity clustering in order to perform a de novo identification of the most abundant satellite families in two Drosophila species from the virilis group: Drosophila virilis and D. americana, using the Tandem Repeat Analyzer (TAREAN) and RepeatExplorer pipelines. These species were chosen because they have been used as models to understand satDNA biology since the early 70’s. We combined the computational approach with data from the literature and chromosome mapping to obtain an overview of the major tandem repeat sequences of these species. The fact that all of the abundant tandem repeats (TRs) we detected were previously identified in the literature allowed us to evaluate the efficiency of TAREAN in correctly identifying true satDNAs. Our results indicate that raw sequencing reads can be efficiently used to detect satDNAs, but that abundant tandem repeats present in dispersed arrays or associated with transposable elements are frequent false positives. We demonstrate that TAREAN with its parent method RepeatExplorer may be used as resources to detect tandem repeats associated with transposable elements and also to reveal families of dispersed tandem repeats.

Klíčová slova:

Clustering algorithms – Drosophila – Drosophila melanogaster – Genome analysis – Invertebrate genomics – Tandem repeats – Transposable elements – Polytene chromosomes


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