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    1) Product Images from "The BCL2 gene is regulated by a special AT-rich sequence binding protein 1-mediated long range chromosomal interaction between the promoter and the distal element located within the 3?-UTR"

    Article Title: The BCL2 gene is regulated by a special AT-rich sequence binding protein 1-mediated long range chromosomal interaction between the promoter and the distal element located within the 3?-UTR

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkr023

    3C Analysis of the interaction between the mbr and the BCL2 promoter region in vivo . The scheme of BCL2 gene with the positions of restriction sites and positions of primers was indicated ( A ). The 3C experiments were performed as described in the ‘Materials and Methods’ section. Briefly, formaldehyde was used to crosslink protein–DNA interactions in intact nuclei. The crosslinked chromatin was then digested by AseI ( B ) or HindIII ( C ), followed by ligation. Physical interaction between mbr and SBS1 or SBS2 was then determined by specific PCRs that detected hybrid fragments containing either mbr/SBS1 sequences or mbr/SBS2 sequences. 3C data demonstrated that the mbr specifically interacted with SBS1 (B, up panel), but not with SBS2 (C, up panel). PCR products from AseI (B) or HindIII (C) digested crosslinked chromatin without ligation and non-crosslinked genomic DNA with or without ligation were used as negative controls. The bands shown in the bottom panels of B and C represented the PCR products from genomic DNA that was not cut by any restriction enzyme, which were used as the loading control.
    Figure Legend Snippet: 3C Analysis of the interaction between the mbr and the BCL2 promoter region in vivo . The scheme of BCL2 gene with the positions of restriction sites and positions of primers was indicated ( A ). The 3C experiments were performed as described in the ‘Materials and Methods’ section. Briefly, formaldehyde was used to crosslink protein–DNA interactions in intact nuclei. The crosslinked chromatin was then digested by AseI ( B ) or HindIII ( C ), followed by ligation. Physical interaction between mbr and SBS1 or SBS2 was then determined by specific PCRs that detected hybrid fragments containing either mbr/SBS1 sequences or mbr/SBS2 sequences. 3C data demonstrated that the mbr specifically interacted with SBS1 (B, up panel), but not with SBS2 (C, up panel). PCR products from AseI (B) or HindIII (C) digested crosslinked chromatin without ligation and non-crosslinked genomic DNA with or without ligation were used as negative controls. The bands shown in the bottom panels of B and C represented the PCR products from genomic DNA that was not cut by any restriction enzyme, which were used as the loading control.

    Techniques Used: In Vivo, Ligation, Polymerase Chain Reaction

    2) Product Images from "Mutations in the MutS? interaction interface of MLH1 can abolish DNA mismatch repair"

    Article Title: Mutations in the MutS? interaction interface of MLH1 can abolish DNA mismatch repair

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkl944

    Analysis of MLH1 mutants for MMR activity and interaction with MutSα–DNA. ( A ) Nineteen MLH1 missense mutants were co-expressed with PMS2 in parallel to wild-type MutLα in HEK293T cells and in vitro mismatch repair activity was assessed as described in Figure 1 and Materials and Methods. AseI digestion of the mismatched test plasmid yielded linearized vector (L), and successful repair additionally produced two fragments of lower molecular weight (D, digestion fragments). Repair activity of each MutLα mutant was assessed in direct comparison to wild-type MutLα which was expressed, processed and analyzed in parallel, and repair levels were quantified in relation to these wild-type preparations. These levels (wildtype = 1.0) are shown; n.d., no detectable repair activity. ( B–F ) The interaction of MLH1 H112D , MLH1 H112A , MLH1 R127E and MLH1 Y130H/A/F with MutSα–DNA was assessed in comparison to MLH1 wt identically as described in Figure 1. ( G ) The ATPase activity of purified GST–MutLα mutants was assessed in comparison to wildtype as detailed in Materials and Methods. Three individual experiments were performed for each protein preparation and for a mock sample without protein. Values of the mock samples were subtracted from the protein samples. The block diagrams show the average ATPase activity, with error bars giving the standard deviations.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analysis of MLH1 mutants for MMR activity and interaction with MutSα–DNA. ( A ) Nineteen MLH1 missense mutants were co-expressed with PMS2 in parallel to wild-type MutLα in HEK293T cells and in vitro mismatch repair activity was assessed as described in Figure 1 and Materials and Methods. AseI digestion of the mismatched test plasmid yielded linearized vector (L), and successful repair additionally produced two fragments of lower molecular weight (D, digestion fragments). Repair activity of each MutLα mutant was assessed in direct comparison to wild-type MutLα which was expressed, processed and analyzed in parallel, and repair levels were quantified in relation to these wild-type preparations. These levels (wildtype = 1.0) are shown; n.d., no detectable repair activity. ( B–F ) The interaction of MLH1 H112D , MLH1 H112A , MLH1 R127E and MLH1 Y130H/A/F with MutSα–DNA was assessed in comparison to MLH1 wt identically as described in Figure 1. ( G ) The ATPase activity of purified GST–MutLα mutants was assessed in comparison to wildtype as detailed in Materials and Methods. Three individual experiments were performed for each protein preparation and for a mock sample without protein. Values of the mock samples were subtracted from the protein samples. The block diagrams show the average ATPase activity, with error bars giving the standard deviations.

    Techniques Used: Activity Assay, In Vitro, Plasmid Preparation, Produced, Molecular Weight, Mutagenesis, Purification, Blocking Assay

    3) Product Images from "Detection of Cryptosporidium and Identification to the Species Level by Nested PCR and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism"

    Article Title: Detection of Cryptosporidium and Identification to the Species Level by Nested PCR and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.43.3.1017-1023.2005

    Comparative restriction patterns of C. hominis (A), C. parvum (B), C. felis (C), and C. meleagridis (D) obtained with the following enzymes: TaqI (lanes 1), AseI (lanes 2), MseI (lanes 3), BstUI (lanes 4), and SspI (lanes 5). Lanes 6, undigested C. hominis
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparative restriction patterns of C. hominis (A), C. parvum (B), C. felis (C), and C. meleagridis (D) obtained with the following enzymes: TaqI (lanes 1), AseI (lanes 2), MseI (lanes 3), BstUI (lanes 4), and SspI (lanes 5). Lanes 6, undigested C. hominis

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    4) Product Images from "Identification of Cryptosporidium Species and Genotypes in Scottish Raw and Drinking Waters during a One-Year Monitoring Period ▿"

    Article Title: Identification of Cryptosporidium Species and Genotypes in Scottish Raw and Drinking Waters during a One-Year Monitoring Period ▿

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00915-10

    Analysis of Cryptosporidium sp. novel genotypes SW1 to SW4 by PCR-RFLP at locus 2 following digestion with restriction enzymes AseI (upper panel) and SspI (lower panel). Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 1, SW1 (slide 05.1863.Y); lane 2, SW2 (slide 05.1188.Z); lane 3, SW3 (05.1244.K); lane 4, mixture of SW1 and SW2 (slide 05.1584.T); lane 5, SW4 (slide 05.1586.V); lane 6, C. parvum -positive control.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analysis of Cryptosporidium sp. novel genotypes SW1 to SW4 by PCR-RFLP at locus 2 following digestion with restriction enzymes AseI (upper panel) and SspI (lower panel). Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 1, SW1 (slide 05.1863.Y); lane 2, SW2 (slide 05.1188.Z); lane 3, SW3 (05.1244.K); lane 4, mixture of SW1 and SW2 (slide 05.1584.T); lane 5, SW4 (slide 05.1586.V); lane 6, C. parvum -positive control.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Positive Control

    Analysis of water samples containing a mixture of species/genotypes by multi-PCR-RFLP analysis. Gel electrophoresis images of digested amplicons from triplicate analysis by PCR-RFLP of slides A (isolate 05.1280.W), B (isolate 05.1465.M), and C (isolate 05.1477.W). Upper panels show the results of digestions with AseI, and lower panels show the results of the SspI digestions. Numbers 1 to 3 correspond to replicate PCR tubes. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane A1, Cryptosporidium muskrat genotype II; lane A2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane A3, negative PCR; lanes B1, B2, and B3, mixture of species, possibly C. muris / C. andersoni plus C. baileyi plus possibly Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes C1 and C2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane C3, mixture of Cryptosporidium sp. SW1 plus Cryptosporidium sp. SW2.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analysis of water samples containing a mixture of species/genotypes by multi-PCR-RFLP analysis. Gel electrophoresis images of digested amplicons from triplicate analysis by PCR-RFLP of slides A (isolate 05.1280.W), B (isolate 05.1465.M), and C (isolate 05.1477.W). Upper panels show the results of digestions with AseI, and lower panels show the results of the SspI digestions. Numbers 1 to 3 correspond to replicate PCR tubes. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane A1, Cryptosporidium muskrat genotype II; lane A2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane A3, negative PCR; lanes B1, B2, and B3, mixture of species, possibly C. muris / C. andersoni plus C. baileyi plus possibly Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes C1 and C2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane C3, mixture of Cryptosporidium sp. SW1 plus Cryptosporidium sp. SW2.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis

    PCR-RFLP analysis at locus 2 of four independent PCR products digested with restriction enzymes AseI (lanes 1 to 5) and SspI (lanes 6 to 10) showing Cryptosporidium oocysts species/genotypes present on slide 05.1586.V. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lanes 1 and 6, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 2 and 7, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 3 and 8, Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes 4 and 9, C. bovis ; lanes 5 and 10, C. parvum -positive control.
    Figure Legend Snippet: PCR-RFLP analysis at locus 2 of four independent PCR products digested with restriction enzymes AseI (lanes 1 to 5) and SspI (lanes 6 to 10) showing Cryptosporidium oocysts species/genotypes present on slide 05.1586.V. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lanes 1 and 6, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 2 and 7, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 3 and 8, Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes 4 and 9, C. bovis ; lanes 5 and 10, C. parvum -positive control.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Positive Control

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    Article Title: Single-molecule characterization of extrinsic transcription termination by Sen1 helicase
    Article Snippet: .. The T5N25-178his construct was prepared by digesting the T5N25-178his plasmid with XbaI, SbfI, and AseI (New England Biolabs) and isolating via gel purification and extraction. .. The produced 2.2 kb DNA were then ligated to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple biotin groups through the XbaI site and to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple digoxigenin groups through the SbfI site.

    Article Title: Cytoplasmic pool of spliceosome protein SNRNP70 regulates the axonal transcriptome and development of motor connectivity
    Article Snippet: .. The expression construct pT2 5UAS MCS eGFP construct was generated by digesting pN2 5UAS eGFP ( ) with AseI and AflII restriction endonucleases (NEB). .. The 1.4 kb product (containing a 5xUAS and a hsp70 minimal promoter, a multiple cloning site, the enhanced green fluorescent protein sequence and an SV40 polyA) was blunted at both ends using a Klenow fragment of DNA polymerase I (NEB) and cloned into the EcoRV site of the pminiTol2 plasmid (ref).

    Generated:

    Article Title: Cytoplasmic pool of spliceosome protein SNRNP70 regulates the axonal transcriptome and development of motor connectivity
    Article Snippet: .. The expression construct pT2 5UAS MCS eGFP construct was generated by digesting pN2 5UAS eGFP ( ) with AseI and AflII restriction endonucleases (NEB). .. The 1.4 kb product (containing a 5xUAS and a hsp70 minimal promoter, a multiple cloning site, the enhanced green fluorescent protein sequence and an SV40 polyA) was blunted at both ends using a Klenow fragment of DNA polymerase I (NEB) and cloned into the EcoRV site of the pminiTol2 plasmid (ref).

    Plasmid Preparation:

    Article Title: Single-molecule characterization of extrinsic transcription termination by Sen1 helicase
    Article Snippet: .. The T5N25-178his construct was prepared by digesting the T5N25-178his plasmid with XbaI, SbfI, and AseI (New England Biolabs) and isolating via gel purification and extraction. .. The produced 2.2 kb DNA were then ligated to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple biotin groups through the XbaI site and to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple digoxigenin groups through the SbfI site.

    Expressing:

    Article Title: Cytoplasmic pool of spliceosome protein SNRNP70 regulates the axonal transcriptome and development of motor connectivity
    Article Snippet: .. The expression construct pT2 5UAS MCS eGFP construct was generated by digesting pN2 5UAS eGFP ( ) with AseI and AflII restriction endonucleases (NEB). .. The 1.4 kb product (containing a 5xUAS and a hsp70 minimal promoter, a multiple cloning site, the enhanced green fluorescent protein sequence and an SV40 polyA) was blunted at both ends using a Klenow fragment of DNA polymerase I (NEB) and cloned into the EcoRV site of the pminiTol2 plasmid (ref).

    Gel Purification:

    Article Title: Single-molecule characterization of extrinsic transcription termination by Sen1 helicase
    Article Snippet: .. The T5N25-178his construct was prepared by digesting the T5N25-178his plasmid with XbaI, SbfI, and AseI (New England Biolabs) and isolating via gel purification and extraction. .. The produced 2.2 kb DNA were then ligated to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple biotin groups through the XbaI site and to 1 kb DNA fragments modified with multiple digoxigenin groups through the SbfI site.

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    3C Analysis of the interaction between the mbr and the BCL2 promoter region in vivo . The scheme of BCL2 gene with the positions of restriction sites and positions of primers was indicated ( A ). The 3C experiments were performed as described in the ‘Materials and Methods’ section. Briefly, formaldehyde was used to crosslink protein–DNA interactions in intact nuclei. The crosslinked chromatin was then digested by <t>AseI</t> ( B ) or HindIII ( C ), followed by ligation. Physical interaction between mbr and <t>SBS1</t> or SBS2 was then determined by specific PCRs that detected hybrid fragments containing either mbr/SBS1 sequences or mbr/SBS2 sequences. 3C data demonstrated that the mbr specifically interacted with SBS1 (B, up panel), but not with SBS2 (C, up panel). PCR products from AseI (B) or HindIII (C) digested crosslinked chromatin without ligation and non-crosslinked genomic DNA with or without ligation were used as negative controls. The bands shown in the bottom panels of B and C represented the PCR products from genomic DNA that was not cut by any restriction enzyme, which were used as the loading control.
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    3C Analysis of the interaction between the mbr and the BCL2 promoter region in vivo . The scheme of BCL2 gene with the positions of restriction sites and positions of primers was indicated ( A ). The 3C experiments were performed as described in the ‘Materials and Methods’ section. Briefly, formaldehyde was used to crosslink protein–DNA interactions in intact nuclei. The crosslinked chromatin was then digested by AseI ( B ) or HindIII ( C ), followed by ligation. Physical interaction between mbr and SBS1 or SBS2 was then determined by specific PCRs that detected hybrid fragments containing either mbr/SBS1 sequences or mbr/SBS2 sequences. 3C data demonstrated that the mbr specifically interacted with SBS1 (B, up panel), but not with SBS2 (C, up panel). PCR products from AseI (B) or HindIII (C) digested crosslinked chromatin without ligation and non-crosslinked genomic DNA with or without ligation were used as negative controls. The bands shown in the bottom panels of B and C represented the PCR products from genomic DNA that was not cut by any restriction enzyme, which were used as the loading control.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: The BCL2 gene is regulated by a special AT-rich sequence binding protein 1-mediated long range chromosomal interaction between the promoter and the distal element located within the 3?-UTR

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkr023

    Figure Lengend Snippet: 3C Analysis of the interaction between the mbr and the BCL2 promoter region in vivo . The scheme of BCL2 gene with the positions of restriction sites and positions of primers was indicated ( A ). The 3C experiments were performed as described in the ‘Materials and Methods’ section. Briefly, formaldehyde was used to crosslink protein–DNA interactions in intact nuclei. The crosslinked chromatin was then digested by AseI ( B ) or HindIII ( C ), followed by ligation. Physical interaction between mbr and SBS1 or SBS2 was then determined by specific PCRs that detected hybrid fragments containing either mbr/SBS1 sequences or mbr/SBS2 sequences. 3C data demonstrated that the mbr specifically interacted with SBS1 (B, up panel), but not with SBS2 (C, up panel). PCR products from AseI (B) or HindIII (C) digested crosslinked chromatin without ligation and non-crosslinked genomic DNA with or without ligation were used as negative controls. The bands shown in the bottom panels of B and C represented the PCR products from genomic DNA that was not cut by any restriction enzyme, which were used as the loading control.

    Article Snippet: Hundred units of the restriction enzyme (NEB) (AseI for SBS1-mbr, HindIII for SBS2/mbr) were added for a 22-h digestion.

    Techniques: In Vivo, Ligation, Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Analysis of MLH1 mutants for MMR activity and interaction with MutSα–DNA. ( A ) Nineteen MLH1 missense mutants were co-expressed with PMS2 in parallel to wild-type MutLα in HEK293T cells and in vitro mismatch repair activity was assessed as described in Figure 1 and Materials and Methods. AseI digestion of the mismatched test plasmid yielded linearized vector (L), and successful repair additionally produced two fragments of lower molecular weight (D, digestion fragments). Repair activity of each MutLα mutant was assessed in direct comparison to wild-type MutLα which was expressed, processed and analyzed in parallel, and repair levels were quantified in relation to these wild-type preparations. These levels (wildtype = 1.0) are shown; n.d., no detectable repair activity. ( B–F ) The interaction of MLH1 H112D , MLH1 H112A , MLH1 R127E and MLH1 Y130H/A/F with MutSα–DNA was assessed in comparison to MLH1 wt identically as described in Figure 1. ( G ) The ATPase activity of purified GST–MutLα mutants was assessed in comparison to wildtype as detailed in Materials and Methods. Three individual experiments were performed for each protein preparation and for a mock sample without protein. Values of the mock samples were subtracted from the protein samples. The block diagrams show the average ATPase activity, with error bars giving the standard deviations.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: Mutations in the MutS? interaction interface of MLH1 can abolish DNA mismatch repair

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkl944

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analysis of MLH1 mutants for MMR activity and interaction with MutSα–DNA. ( A ) Nineteen MLH1 missense mutants were co-expressed with PMS2 in parallel to wild-type MutLα in HEK293T cells and in vitro mismatch repair activity was assessed as described in Figure 1 and Materials and Methods. AseI digestion of the mismatched test plasmid yielded linearized vector (L), and successful repair additionally produced two fragments of lower molecular weight (D, digestion fragments). Repair activity of each MutLα mutant was assessed in direct comparison to wild-type MutLα which was expressed, processed and analyzed in parallel, and repair levels were quantified in relation to these wild-type preparations. These levels (wildtype = 1.0) are shown; n.d., no detectable repair activity. ( B–F ) The interaction of MLH1 H112D , MLH1 H112A , MLH1 R127E and MLH1 Y130H/A/F with MutSα–DNA was assessed in comparison to MLH1 wt identically as described in Figure 1. ( G ) The ATPase activity of purified GST–MutLα mutants was assessed in comparison to wildtype as detailed in Materials and Methods. Three individual experiments were performed for each protein preparation and for a mock sample without protein. Values of the mock samples were subtracted from the protein samples. The block diagrams show the average ATPase activity, with error bars giving the standard deviations.

    Article Snippet: Restriction enzymes N.BstNBI, N.AlwI and AseI as well as T4 DNA ligase were from New England Biolabs (Ipswich, MA, USA).

    Techniques: Activity Assay, In Vitro, Plasmid Preparation, Produced, Molecular Weight, Mutagenesis, Purification, Blocking Assay

    Comparative restriction patterns of C. hominis (A), C. parvum (B), C. felis (C), and C. meleagridis (D) obtained with the following enzymes: TaqI (lanes 1), AseI (lanes 2), MseI (lanes 3), BstUI (lanes 4), and SspI (lanes 5). Lanes 6, undigested C. hominis

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    Article Title: Detection of Cryptosporidium and Identification to the Species Level by Nested PCR and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.43.3.1017-1023.2005

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparative restriction patterns of C. hominis (A), C. parvum (B), C. felis (C), and C. meleagridis (D) obtained with the following enzymes: TaqI (lanes 1), AseI (lanes 2), MseI (lanes 3), BstUI (lanes 4), and SspI (lanes 5). Lanes 6, undigested C. hominis

    Article Snippet: The enzymes used were TaqI (Roche-Bohringer, Mannheim, Germany), AseI, MseI, BstUI, and SspI (New England Biolabs, Beverly, Mass.)

    Techniques:

    Analysis of Cryptosporidium sp. novel genotypes SW1 to SW4 by PCR-RFLP at locus 2 following digestion with restriction enzymes AseI (upper panel) and SspI (lower panel). Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 1, SW1 (slide 05.1863.Y); lane 2, SW2 (slide 05.1188.Z); lane 3, SW3 (05.1244.K); lane 4, mixture of SW1 and SW2 (slide 05.1584.T); lane 5, SW4 (slide 05.1586.V); lane 6, C. parvum -positive control.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Identification of Cryptosporidium Species and Genotypes in Scottish Raw and Drinking Waters during a One-Year Monitoring Period ▿

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00915-10

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analysis of Cryptosporidium sp. novel genotypes SW1 to SW4 by PCR-RFLP at locus 2 following digestion with restriction enzymes AseI (upper panel) and SspI (lower panel). Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane 1, SW1 (slide 05.1863.Y); lane 2, SW2 (slide 05.1188.Z); lane 3, SW3 (05.1244.K); lane 4, mixture of SW1 and SW2 (slide 05.1584.T); lane 5, SW4 (slide 05.1586.V); lane 6, C. parvum -positive control.

    Article Snippet: Restriction enzymes (REs) DraI, SspI, and DdeI (Invitrogen, United Kingdom) and AseI and MboII (New England Biolabs, United Kingdom) were used according to the manufacturers' instructions.

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Positive Control

    Analysis of water samples containing a mixture of species/genotypes by multi-PCR-RFLP analysis. Gel electrophoresis images of digested amplicons from triplicate analysis by PCR-RFLP of slides A (isolate 05.1280.W), B (isolate 05.1465.M), and C (isolate 05.1477.W). Upper panels show the results of digestions with AseI, and lower panels show the results of the SspI digestions. Numbers 1 to 3 correspond to replicate PCR tubes. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane A1, Cryptosporidium muskrat genotype II; lane A2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane A3, negative PCR; lanes B1, B2, and B3, mixture of species, possibly C. muris / C. andersoni plus C. baileyi plus possibly Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes C1 and C2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane C3, mixture of Cryptosporidium sp. SW1 plus Cryptosporidium sp. SW2.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Identification of Cryptosporidium Species and Genotypes in Scottish Raw and Drinking Waters during a One-Year Monitoring Period ▿

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00915-10

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analysis of water samples containing a mixture of species/genotypes by multi-PCR-RFLP analysis. Gel electrophoresis images of digested amplicons from triplicate analysis by PCR-RFLP of slides A (isolate 05.1280.W), B (isolate 05.1465.M), and C (isolate 05.1477.W). Upper panels show the results of digestions with AseI, and lower panels show the results of the SspI digestions. Numbers 1 to 3 correspond to replicate PCR tubes. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lane A1, Cryptosporidium muskrat genotype II; lane A2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane A3, negative PCR; lanes B1, B2, and B3, mixture of species, possibly C. muris / C. andersoni plus C. baileyi plus possibly Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes C1 and C2, Cryptosporidium sp. SW1; lane C3, mixture of Cryptosporidium sp. SW1 plus Cryptosporidium sp. SW2.

    Article Snippet: Restriction enzymes (REs) DraI, SspI, and DdeI (Invitrogen, United Kingdom) and AseI and MboII (New England Biolabs, United Kingdom) were used according to the manufacturers' instructions.

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis

    PCR-RFLP analysis at locus 2 of four independent PCR products digested with restriction enzymes AseI (lanes 1 to 5) and SspI (lanes 6 to 10) showing Cryptosporidium oocysts species/genotypes present on slide 05.1586.V. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lanes 1 and 6, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 2 and 7, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 3 and 8, Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes 4 and 9, C. bovis ; lanes 5 and 10, C. parvum -positive control.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Identification of Cryptosporidium Species and Genotypes in Scottish Raw and Drinking Waters during a One-Year Monitoring Period ▿

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00915-10

    Figure Lengend Snippet: PCR-RFLP analysis at locus 2 of four independent PCR products digested with restriction enzymes AseI (lanes 1 to 5) and SspI (lanes 6 to 10) showing Cryptosporidium oocysts species/genotypes present on slide 05.1586.V. Lanes M, 100-bp DNA ladder; lanes 1 and 6, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 2 and 7, C. ubiquitum ; lanes 3 and 8, Cryptosporidium sp. SW4; lanes 4 and 9, C. bovis ; lanes 5 and 10, C. parvum -positive control.

    Article Snippet: Restriction enzymes (REs) DraI, SspI, and DdeI (Invitrogen, United Kingdom) and AseI and MboII (New England Biolabs, United Kingdom) were used according to the manufacturers' instructions.

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Positive Control