Mutational Signatures (v3.4 - October 2023)
SV1 · GRCh38 · COSMIC v99
Overview of the SV32 classification schema. The classification schema bins all SVs, apart from translocations, according to the size of the event in base pairs: 0–10kb, 10kb–100kb, 100kb–1Mb, 1Mb–10Mb, and >10Mb. Translocations, which may involve more than one chromosome, are not binned by size because they can be either balanced (where there is no net loss of genetic material on the chromosomes involved and thus the size can be described by one number) or unbalanced (where there is a net loss or gain of genetic material on the chromosomes involved and thus the sizes of the segments cannot be described by just one number). Note that whether a translocation is balanced or unbalanced is not considered in this classification schema. The different types of SVs are then further divided into clustered and non-clustered events to account for the non-random distribution of these events along the genome. Clustered events are defined as events that occur closer to each other on a chromosome than purely expected by chance.
SV1 exhibits long tandem duplications ranging from 100Kb to 10Mb. This signature is predominantly observed in breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers. The signature has been previously identified independently in Nik-Zainal et al. 2016 (RS1).
|First included in COSMIC
|Nik-Zainal et al. 2016 Nature
|Different variant callers
|Multiple sequencing centres
|Validated in orthogonal techniques
|Replicated in additional studies
|Extended context enrichment
Summary of the technical and experimental evidence available in the scientific literature regarding the validation of the mutational signature.
Found in bladder, breast, CNS, hepatopancreatobiliary, lung, ovary, prostate, skin, upper gastrointestinal, and uterine cancers.