I'm looking for a tool to call somatic single nucleotide variations on reads from an Oxford Nanopore Technologies (ONT) run. I have both tumor and normal samples and have already aligned them to a reference genome.
Another approach would be to simply call the SNVs in both tumor and normal samples independently with clair3, and then subtract normal SNVs from tumor SNVs, but according to what I have read in a few papers and online resources like this from gatk, this is a "naive approach", and a somatic caller should use both normal and tumor samples together.
Do you know of any tool that takes both tumor and normal long read samples to detect somatic variants (similar to mutect2 but for long reads)
Have you used tools for short reads like mutect2 with long reads?
Have you attempted the "naive approach" of simply subtracting SNVs?