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    QIAamp PowerFecal DNA Kit
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    For the isolation of DNA from stool gut material and biosolids Kit contents For the isolation of DNA from stool gut material and biosolids Benefits High quality DNA from up to 250 mg samples in just 30 minutes Optimized for tough DNA samples from stool biosolids and gut material Efficient removal of downstream inhibitors with Inhibitor Removal Technology
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    12830-50
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    QIAamp PowerFecal DNA Kit
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    Qiagen qiaamp powerfecal kit
    QIAamp PowerFecal DNA Kit
    For the isolation of DNA from stool gut material and biosolids Kit contents For the isolation of DNA from stool gut material and biosolids Benefits High quality DNA from up to 250 mg samples in just 30 minutes Optimized for tough DNA samples from stool biosolids and gut material Efficient removal of downstream inhibitors with Inhibitor Removal Technology
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    1) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    2) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    3) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    4) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    5) Product Images from "Colorectal cancer-associated anaerobic bacteria proliferate in tumor spheroids and alter the microenvironment"

    Article Title: Colorectal cancer-associated anaerobic bacteria proliferate in tumor spheroids and alter the microenvironment

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-62139-z

    Bacterial growth and tumor spheroid viability kinetics in BSCCs. (A) F . nucleatum 16s rRNA gene qPCR from the BSCC model over a 48 h period. Results are shown as 16s rDNA copies over time for BSCCs with F . nucleatum strains 23726 (blue) and 25586 (red). (B) Tumor spheroid cytotoxicity over 48 h after inoculation with F . nucleatum . Increased fluorescence is indicative of increased cytotoxicity in the dye exclusion assay. Results show BSCCs with F . nucleatum 23726 (blue), 25586 (red), lysis solution treatment (white), or vehicle control (black). Data represent the mean and standard deviation of at least three biological replicates.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Bacterial growth and tumor spheroid viability kinetics in BSCCs. (A) F . nucleatum 16s rRNA gene qPCR from the BSCC model over a 48 h period. Results are shown as 16s rDNA copies over time for BSCCs with F . nucleatum strains 23726 (blue) and 25586 (red). (B) Tumor spheroid cytotoxicity over 48 h after inoculation with F . nucleatum . Increased fluorescence is indicative of increased cytotoxicity in the dye exclusion assay. Results show BSCCs with F . nucleatum 23726 (blue), 25586 (red), lysis solution treatment (white), or vehicle control (black). Data represent the mean and standard deviation of at least three biological replicates.

    Techniques Used: Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Fluorescence, Exclusion Assay, Lysis, Standard Deviation

    6) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    7) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    8) Product Images from "Colorectal cancer-associated anaerobic bacteria proliferate in tumor spheroids and alter the microenvironment"

    Article Title: Colorectal cancer-associated anaerobic bacteria proliferate in tumor spheroids and alter the microenvironment

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-62139-z

    Bacterial growth and tumor spheroid viability kinetics in BSCCs. (A) F . nucleatum 16s rRNA gene qPCR from the BSCC model over a 48 h period. Results are shown as 16s rDNA copies over time for BSCCs with F . nucleatum strains 23726 (blue) and 25586 (red). (B) Tumor spheroid cytotoxicity over 48 h after inoculation with F . nucleatum . Increased fluorescence is indicative of increased cytotoxicity in the dye exclusion assay. Results show BSCCs with F . nucleatum 23726 (blue), 25586 (red), lysis solution treatment (white), or vehicle control (black). Data represent the mean and standard deviation of at least three biological replicates.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Bacterial growth and tumor spheroid viability kinetics in BSCCs. (A) F . nucleatum 16s rRNA gene qPCR from the BSCC model over a 48 h period. Results are shown as 16s rDNA copies over time for BSCCs with F . nucleatum strains 23726 (blue) and 25586 (red). (B) Tumor spheroid cytotoxicity over 48 h after inoculation with F . nucleatum . Increased fluorescence is indicative of increased cytotoxicity in the dye exclusion assay. Results show BSCCs with F . nucleatum 23726 (blue), 25586 (red), lysis solution treatment (white), or vehicle control (black). Data represent the mean and standard deviation of at least three biological replicates.

    Techniques Used: Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Fluorescence, Exclusion Assay, Lysis, Standard Deviation

    9) Product Images from "Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing"

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Techniques Used: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Techniques Used: DNA Extraction

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    Article Snippet: .. DNA extraction and Quantification Fecal DNA was extracted from one fecal pellet (approximately 0.2g) using QIAam®PowerFecal®DNA kit (QIAGEN) followed by provided protocol. ..

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    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n .

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction

    Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Weighted Unifrac principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of samples with successful amplification and sequencing. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ).

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: Amplification, Sequencing, DNA Extraction

    Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Procrustes-based comparison of microbial composition where longer lines indicate more within-subject dissimilarity of the microbiome. Colors denote DNA extraction method: QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( red ) and Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( blue ). Numbers 1–5 denote the 5 technical replicate pairs sequenced with each kit.

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the genus level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of most prominent genera. Bacterial genera with a relative abundance ≥ 0.01 (1%) are visualized here. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) for the top 30 most abundant genera are available in S2 Table .

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of DNA extraction methods on next generation sequencing (NGS) relative abundance at the phylum level. NGS using DNA extracted with the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit ( n = 40) and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit ( n = 39) revealed similar proportions of the 9 most prominent phyla. Relative abundances (mean ± s.d.) are available in S1 Table .

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction, Next-Generation Sequencing

    Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Comparative evaluation of a new magnetic bead-based DNA extraction method from fecal samples for downstream next-generation 16S rRNA gene sequencing

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202858

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Alpha diversity metrics compared across DNA extraction methods. (A) Box plot comparing number of observed operational taxonomic units (OTUs) across kits. (B) Box plot of Chao1 diversity estimates for the microbial communities in DNA extracted with both the QIAamp ® PowerFecal ® Kit and the Maxwell ® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication Kit. (C) Box plot of Shannon diversity index comparing the evenness and abundance of species extracted with the two kits.

    Article Snippet: Here, we adapted Promega’s Maxwell® RSC PureFood GMO and Authentication kit for use with fecal samples and compared it to the commonly used Qiagen QIAamp® PowerFecal® kit.

    Techniques: DNA Extraction