The .bed file must conform to a tab-delimited text file format. It defines a specific feature track, meaning each line should contain a chromosome, start location, and end location (one track) with one track per line. The chr keyword is optional.
An example of a whitelist .bed file:
chr10 <tab> 77210084 <tab> 77210090
20 <tab> 19203443 <tab> 19203444
The example above shows 2 feature tracks. The first track searches for putative variants at the genomic positions from 77210085 to 77210090 on chromosome 10. The second track searches for putative variants at the genomic position 19203444 on chromosome 20.
Note: When Tapestri Pipeline detects multiallelic variants, all variants will be listed in Tapestri Insights.