Additional file 6: Table S1. of A visual and curatorial approach to clinical variant prioritization and disease gene discovery in genome-wide diagnostics
journal contributionposted on 02.02.2016 by Regis James, Ian Campbell, Edward Chen, Philip Boone, Mitchell Rao, Matthew Bainbridge, James Lupski, Yaping Yang, Christine Eng, Jennifer Posey, Chad Shaw
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Tabular summary of comparison of relative performance. Phenotype and filtered genotype data for the 47 cohort cases with reported molecular diagnoses were analyzed via the transitive maximum OE algorithms, phenotype-collapsing alternative algorithms, and an array of comparator tools. While OE assigned to the reported variant genes median ranks of 2 to 3, the comparator tools assigned median ranks of 1.5 to 54. OE returned reported variant gene scores for more cases, and with lower median ranks, than did 4 of the 5 comparator tools. Phen-Gen did not return scores for the reported variant gene in 32 of the 47 cases (68.09 %), but outperformed OE, with a median rank of 1.5, across the 15 cases (31.91 %) for which it did return scores for the reported variant gene. (PDF 27 kb)