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Spatially Enhanced Differential RNA Methylation Analysis from Affinity-Based Sequencing Data with Hidden Markov Model.

Zhang YC, Zhang SW, Liu L, Liu H, Zhang L, Cui X, Huang Y, Meng J - Biomed Res Int (2015)

Bottom Line: Since existing peak-based methods could not effectively differentiate multiple methylation residuals located within a single methylation site, we propose a hidden Markov model (HMM) based approach to address this issue.Specifically, the detected RNA methylation site is further divided into multiple adjacent small bins and then scanned with higher resolution using a hidden Markov model to model the dependency between spatially adjacent bins for improved accuracy.Result suggests that the proposed algorithm clearly outperforms existing peak-based approach on simulated systems and detects differential methylation regions with higher statistical significance on real dataset.

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Affiliation: Key Laboratory of Information Fusion Technology of Ministry of Education, School of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China.

ABSTRACT
With the development of new sequencing technology, the entire N6-methyl-adenosine (m(6)A) RNA methylome can now be unbiased profiled with methylated RNA immune-precipitation sequencing technique (MeRIP-Seq), making it possible to detect differential methylation states of RNA between two conditions, for example, between normal and cancerous tissue. However, as an affinity-based method, MeRIP-Seq has yet provided base-pair resolution; that is, a single methylation site determined from MeRIP-Seq data can in practice contain multiple RNA methylation residuals, some of which can be regulated by different enzymes and thus differentially methylated between two conditions. Since existing peak-based methods could not effectively differentiate multiple methylation residuals located within a single methylation site, we propose a hidden Markov model (HMM) based approach to address this issue. Specifically, the detected RNA methylation site is further divided into multiple adjacent small bins and then scanned with higher resolution using a hidden Markov model to model the dependency between spatially adjacent bins for improved accuracy. We tested the proposed algorithm on both simulated data and real data. Result suggests that the proposed algorithm clearly outperforms existing peak-based approach on simulated systems and detects differential methylation regions with higher statistical significance on real dataset.

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Boxplot of AUCs for different transition matrices used to generate the ground truth. The performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.
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fig6: Boxplot of AUCs for different transition matrices used to generate the ground truth. The performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.

Mentions: In the second experiment, we tested the impact of transition matrix, which indicates the degree of dependency between adjacent observations (bins). As shown in Figure 6, the performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.


Spatially Enhanced Differential RNA Methylation Analysis from Affinity-Based Sequencing Data with Hidden Markov Model.

Zhang YC, Zhang SW, Liu L, Liu H, Zhang L, Cui X, Huang Y, Meng J - Biomed Res Int (2015)

Boxplot of AUCs for different transition matrices used to generate the ground truth. The performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.
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fig6: Boxplot of AUCs for different transition matrices used to generate the ground truth. The performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.
Mentions: In the second experiment, we tested the impact of transition matrix, which indicates the degree of dependency between adjacent observations (bins). As shown in Figure 6, the performance of FHB and FHC strategies heavily relies on the transition matrix setting, which reflects the degree of dependence between adjacent bins; and FHC strategy outperforms FHB and exomePeak under different settings tested.

Bottom Line: Since existing peak-based methods could not effectively differentiate multiple methylation residuals located within a single methylation site, we propose a hidden Markov model (HMM) based approach to address this issue.Specifically, the detected RNA methylation site is further divided into multiple adjacent small bins and then scanned with higher resolution using a hidden Markov model to model the dependency between spatially adjacent bins for improved accuracy.Result suggests that the proposed algorithm clearly outperforms existing peak-based approach on simulated systems and detects differential methylation regions with higher statistical significance on real dataset.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Key Laboratory of Information Fusion Technology of Ministry of Education, School of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China.

ABSTRACT
With the development of new sequencing technology, the entire N6-methyl-adenosine (m(6)A) RNA methylome can now be unbiased profiled with methylated RNA immune-precipitation sequencing technique (MeRIP-Seq), making it possible to detect differential methylation states of RNA between two conditions, for example, between normal and cancerous tissue. However, as an affinity-based method, MeRIP-Seq has yet provided base-pair resolution; that is, a single methylation site determined from MeRIP-Seq data can in practice contain multiple RNA methylation residuals, some of which can be regulated by different enzymes and thus differentially methylated between two conditions. Since existing peak-based methods could not effectively differentiate multiple methylation residuals located within a single methylation site, we propose a hidden Markov model (HMM) based approach to address this issue. Specifically, the detected RNA methylation site is further divided into multiple adjacent small bins and then scanned with higher resolution using a hidden Markov model to model the dependency between spatially adjacent bins for improved accuracy. We tested the proposed algorithm on both simulated data and real data. Result suggests that the proposed algorithm clearly outperforms existing peak-based approach on simulated systems and detects differential methylation regions with higher statistical significance on real dataset.

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