Step-by-Step Analysis of Transposon Insertion Sites

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Transposon_Seq_Strategie-0

Transposon_Seq_Strategie-1

  1. The script processes paired-end sequencing data from a SAM file to identify reads mapping to a specific reference and position, outputting the results in FASTQ format. It imports necessary Biopython libraries, defines a function to parse the CIGAR string, and includes a function to save sequences as FASTQ files. The main function, extract_reads, extracts read pairs from the SAM file that map to a given reference and position, checking for soft-clipped sequences indicative of transposon insertions. It categorizes the reads into original, bacterial, and transposon sequences, and saves them in separate FASTQ files. The script concludes by printing the counts of each type of read pair saved. (Need to be debugged!)

    python3 check_insertion_site_with_transposon16.py
    
    import re
    from Bio import SeqIO
    from Bio.Seq import Seq
    from Bio.SeqRecord import SeqRecord
    
    def parse_cigar(cigar):
        """
        Parse the CIGAR string and return a list of tuples (operation, length).
        """
        return [(int(length), op) for length, op in re.findall(r'(\d+)([MIDNSHP=X])', cigar)]
    
    def save_fastq(sequences, file_name, read_ids):
        """
        Save sequences to a FASTQ file.
        """
        records = [SeqRecord(Seq(seq), id=read_id, description="", letter_annotations={"phred_quality": [40]*len(seq)})
                for seq, read_id in zip(sequences, read_ids)]
        SeqIO.write(records, file_name, "fastq")
    
    def extract_reads(sam_file, reference, position):
        """
        Extract paired reads mapping to a specific position and categorize them.
        """
        original_reads_R1 = []
        original_reads_R2 = []
        bacterial_reads_R1 = []
        bacterial_reads_R2 = []
        transposon_reads_R1 = []
        transposon_reads_R2 = []
    
        read_ids_R1 = []
        read_ids_R2 = []
    
        read_pairs = {}  # To store read pairs
    
        with open(sam_file, 'r') as file:
            for line in file:
                if line.startswith('@'):
                    continue
    
                parts = line.split('\t')
                flag = int(parts[1])
                ref_name = parts[2]
                start_pos = int(parts[3])
                cigar = parts[5]
                seq = parts[9]
                read_name = parts[0]
    
                # Skip unmapped reads
                if ref_name == '*' or cigar == '*':
                    continue
    
                # Skip reads not mapped to the specified reference
                if ref_name != reference:
                    continue
    
                # Determine if the read is R1 or R2 based on the flag
                is_read1 = flag & 64 != 0
                is_read2 = flag & 128 != 0
    
                # Parse the CIGAR string
                parsed_cigar = parse_cigar(cigar)
    
                # Calculate the end position of the aligned part of the read
                aligned_length = sum(length for length, op in parsed_cigar if op in "M=X")
                end_pos = start_pos + aligned_length - 1
    
                # Store the read and its pair
                if read_name not in read_pairs:
                    read_pairs[read_name] = [None, None]  # [R1, R2]
                if is_read1:
                    read_pairs[read_name][0] = (seq, start_pos, end_pos, parsed_cigar, read_name)
                if is_read2:
                    read_pairs[read_name][1] = (seq, start_pos, end_pos, parsed_cigar, read_name)
    
        for read_name, pair in read_pairs.items():
            if pair[0] and pair[1]:
                read1, read2 = pair
    
                # Check if one of the reads contains a soft-clip
                has_soft_clip1 = any(op == 'S' for length, op in read1[3])
                has_soft_clip2 = any(op == 'S' for length, op in read2[3])
    
                if has_soft_clip1 or has_soft_clip2:
                    original_reads_R1.append(read1[0])
                    original_reads_R2.append(read2[0])
                    read_ids_R1.append(read1[4] + "/1")
                    read_ids_R2.append(read2[4] + "/2")
    
                    # Extract bacterial parts only
                    bacterial_seq1 = ''.join([read1[0][i:i+length] for i, (length, op) in enumerate(read1[3]) if op in "M=X"])
                    bacterial_seq2 = ''.join([read2[0][i:i+length] for i, (length, op) in enumerate(read2[3]) if op in "M=X"])
                    bacterial_reads_R1.append(bacterial_seq1)
                    bacterial_reads_R2.append(bacterial_seq2)
    
                    # Extract transposon parts only (soft-clipped parts)
                    transposon_seq1 = ''.join([read1[0][i:i+length] for i, (length, op) in enumerate(read1[3]) if op == 'S'])
                    transposon_seq2 = ''.join([read2[0][i:i+length] for i, (length, op) in enumerate(read2[3]) if op == 'S'])
                    transposon_reads_R1.append(transposon_seq1)
                    transposon_reads_R2.append(transposon_seq2)
    
        save_fastq(original_reads_R1, 'original_reads_R1.fastq', read_ids_R1)
        save_fastq(original_reads_R2, 'original_reads_R2.fastq', read_ids_R2)
        save_fastq(bacterial_reads_R1, 'bacterial_reads_R1.fastq', read_ids_R1)
        save_fastq(bacterial_reads_R2, 'bacterial_reads_R2.fastq', read_ids_R2)
        save_fastq(transposon_reads_R1, 'transposon_reads_R1.fastq', read_ids_R1)
        save_fastq(transposon_reads_R2, 'transposon_reads_R2.fastq', read_ids_R2)
    
        print(f"Total original read pairs saved: {len(original_reads_R1)}")
        print(f"Total bacterial read pairs saved: {len(bacterial_reads_R1)}")
        print(f"Total transposon read pairs saved: {len(transposon_reads_R1)}")
    
        return len(original_reads_R1), len(bacterial_reads_R1), len(transposon_reads_R1)
    
    # Example usage
    sam_file = 'initial_mutants_rep1_no_insertion_sites.sam'
    reference = 'NZ_AKKR01000009'
    position = 31537
    
    original_pairs_count, bacterial_pairs_count, transposon_pairs_count = extract_reads(sam_file, reference, position)
    
    print(f"Number of original read pairs: {original_pairs_count}")
    print(f"Number of bacterial read pairs: {bacterial_pairs_count}")
    print(f"Number of transposon read pairs: {transposon_pairs_count}")
    
  2. Reversing Complementing FASTQ Reads. This effectively swaps and reverse complements the read pairs.

    seqtk seq -r original_reads_R1.fastq > original_reads_rc_R2.fastq
    seqtk seq -r original_reads_R2.fastq > original_reads_rc_R1.fastq
    
  3. Counting Specific Sequences in FASTQ Files

    grep "CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC" original_reads_rc_R1.fastq | wc -l  #19186
    grep "CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC" original_reads_rc_R2.fastq | wc -l  #42069
    
  4. Running Transposon Position Profiling (TPP)

    #This command runs the tpp (Transposon Position Profiling) tool, which is used for mapping transposon insertions.
    #    -bwa /usr/bin/bwa: Specifies the path to the BWA alignment tool.
    #    -protocol Tn5: Specifies the protocol used, in this case, Tn5 transposon.
    #    -ref contig_1_1.fna: Specifies the reference genome file.
    #    -reads1 original_reads_rc_R1.fastq -reads2 original_reads_rc_R2.fastq: Specifies the input FASTQ files.
    #    -output contig_1_1_rc: Specifies the output prefix.
    #    -primer CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC: Specifies the primer sequence used for mapping.
    #    -mismatches 1: Allows up to 1 mismatch in the alignment.
    #    -bwa-alg mem: Uses the mem algorithm in BWA.
    #    -replicon-ids contig_1_1: Specifies the replicon IDs.
    python3 ~/.local/bin/tpp -bwa /usr/bin/bwa -protocol Tn5 -ref contig_1_1.fna -reads1 original_reads_rc_R1.fastq -reads2 original_reads_rc_R2.fastq -output contig_1_1_rc -primer CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC -mismatches 1 -bwa-alg mem -replicon-ids contig_1_1
    mv tpp.cfg contig_1_1_rc.tpp.cfg
    # TA_sites: 84291
    # TAs_hit: 54
    # density: 0.001
    # max_count (among templates): 1
    # max_site (coordinate): 84038
    
    #This command runs tpp again but only uses original_reads_rc_R1.fastq.
    #Analysis: Indicates an issue because BWA alignments expected read2 to be from the bacterial genome, which #was not the case.
    python3 ~/.local/bin/tpp -bwa /usr/bin/bwa -protocol Tn5 -ref contig_1_1.fna -reads1 original_reads_rc_R1.fastq -output contig_1_1_rc_only_reads1 -primer CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC -mismatches 1 -bwa-alg mem -replicon-ids contig_1_1
    mv tpp.cfg contig_1_1_rc_only_reads1.tpp.cfg
    #Max_count (among templates): 2013
    #Max_site (coordinate): 31531
    
    #This command runs tpp again but only uses original_reads_rc_R2.fastq.
    python3 ~/.local/bin/tpp -bwa /usr/bin/bwa -protocol Tn5 -ref contig_1_1.fna -reads1 original_reads_rc_R2.fastq -output contig_1_1_rc_only_reads2 -primer CCTACAACAAAGCTCTCATCAAC -mismatches 1 -bwa-alg mem -replicon-ids contig_1_1
    mv tpp.cfg contig_1_1_rc_only_reads2.tpp.cfg
    #Max_count (among templates): 7210
    #Max_site (coordinate): 31531
    
  5. Conclusion: With the pipeline described above, we aim to identify the read coverage at the first junction site between the bacterial genome and the transposon (see Figure_1.png). By default, we focus only on the second junction site between the transposon and the bacterial genome. For an example of how to identify these junction sites, see the following command.

Figure_1

    #-primer AGATGTGTATAAGAGACAG -mismatches 1
    #-primer TAAGAGACAG -mismatches 1
    #mismatches1 1
    #primer_start_window 0,159
    #window_size -1
    #transposon Tn5
    #protocol Tn5
    python3 ~/.local/bin/tpp -bwa /usr/bin/bwa -protocol Tn5 -ref WA-314_m.fna -reads1 ./240405_VH00358_89_AAFC5MTM5/kr1/initial_mutants_rep1_S25_R1_001.fastq -reads2 ./240405_VH00358_89_AAFC5MTM5/kr1/initial_mutants_rep1_S25_R2_001.fastq -output initial_mutants_rep1 -primer TAAGAGACAG -mismatches 1 -bwa-alg mem -replicon-ids contig_2_10,contig_2_9,contig_2_8,contig_2_7,contig_2_6,contig_2_5,contig_2_3,contig_2_2,contig_5_10,contig_5_11,contig_5_12,contig_5_13,contig_5_15,contig_5_16,contig_5_17,contig_5_18,contig_5_9,contig_5_8,contig_5_7,contig_5_6,contig_5_5,contig_5_4,contig_5_3,contig_5_2,contig_5_1,contig_4_2,contig_4_1,contig_3_59,contig_3_58,contig_3_57,contig_3_56,contig_3_55,contig_3_54,contig_3_53,contig_3_52,contig_3_51,contig_3_50,contig_3_49,contig_3_48,contig_3_47,contig_3_46,contig_3_44,contig_3_43,contig_3_42,contig_3_41,contig_3_40,contig_3_39,contig_3_38,contig_3_37,contig_3_36,contig_3_35,contig_3_34,contig_3_33,contig_3_32,contig_3_31,contig_3_30,contig_3_29,contig_3_28,contig_3_27,contig_3_26,contig_3_25,contig_3_24,contig_3_23,contig_3_22,contig_3_21,contig_3_20,contig_3_17,contig_3_16,contig_3_15,contig_3_14,contig_3_13,contig_3_12,contig_3_11,contig_3_9,contig_3_8,contig_3_7,contig_3_6,contig_3_5,contig_3_3,contig_3_2,contig_3_1,contig_1_48,contig_1_47,contig_1_46,contig_1_45,contig_1_44,contig_1_43,contig_1_42,contig_1_41,contig_1_40,contig_1_39,contig_1_38,contig_1_37,contig_1_34,contig_1_33,contig_1_32,contig_1_31,contig_1_28,contig_1_27,contig_1_26,contig_1_25,contig_1_24,contig_1_22,contig_1_20,contig_1_19,contig_1_18,contig_1_17,contig_1_16,contig_1_15,contig_1_14,contig_1_13,contig_1_12,contig_1_10,contig_1_8,contig_1_7,contig_1_6,contig_1_5,contig_1_4,contig_1_3,contig_1_2,contig_1_1,contig_C8715,contig_C8943,contig_C9371,contig_C8939,contig_C9357,contig_C8991,contig_C9445,contig_C8689
    mv tpp.cfg initial_mutants_rep1.tpp.cfg

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