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Evaluating the performance of long-read SV callers is complicated by the fact that benchmark data sets may be missing SVs in their annotation [73, 77], especially when it comes only from short reads. Therefore, validation of new variants has to be performed via other methods. Developing robust benchmarks is an ongoing effort , as is devising solutions to visualise complex, phased variants for critical assessment [82, 83].
Mapping of nucleic acid modifications has traditionally relied on specific chemical treatment (e.g. bisulfite conversion that changes unmethylated cytosines to uracils ) or immunoprecipitation followed by sequencing . The ability of the long-read platforms to sequence native nucleic acids provides the opportunity to determine the presence of many more modifications, at base resolution in single molecules, and without specialised chemistries that can be damaging to the DNA . Long reads thus allow the phasing of base modifications along individual nucleic acids, as well as their phasing with genetic variants, opening up opportunities in exploring epigenetic heterogeneity [34, 99]. Long reads also enable the analysis of base modifications in repetitive regions of the genome (centromeres or transposons), where short reads cannot be mapped uniquely.
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