I read your paper entitled “Integrative annotation of variants from 1092 humans: application to cancer genomics” in Science from Oct. 4, 2013. Since the mutation in the so-called ultra sensitive regions play an important role in cancer development, I wonder whether it is possible to find out where those mutations are in the ultra sensitive region and what mutations they are? I can’t find them in the paper although they are mentioned.
Is there some where in which I can go and find the mutations?
Thanks for your interest in our paper.
You can find the genomic coordinates of sensitive and ultra-sensitive regions in Data File S3 provided with the supplement of the paper. For the cancer samples we analyzed, you will find the coordinates and detailed information for candidate drivers in Data File S6; this file also lists whether the mutations are in sensitive or ultra-sensitive regions.