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    1) Product Images from "One recognition sequence, seven restriction enzymes, five reaction mechanisms"

    Article Title: One recognition sequence, seven restriction enzymes, five reaction mechanisms

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkh685

    Enzymes and substrates. ( A ) Shown, within the grey box, are the sequence GGCGCC and the sequences flanking this site in pUC19. The enzymes KasI, NarI, Mly113I, SfoI, EgeI, EheI and BbeI cleave GGCGCC at the positions shown. ( B ) The plasmids pUC19 (2686
    Figure Legend Snippet: Enzymes and substrates. ( A ) Shown, within the grey box, are the sequence GGCGCC and the sequences flanking this site in pUC19. The enzymes KasI, NarI, Mly113I, SfoI, EgeI, EheI and BbeI cleave GGCGCC at the positions shown. ( B ) The plasmids pUC19 (2686

    Techniques Used: Sequencing

    2) Product Images from "sox2 and sox3 cooperate to regulate otic/epibranchial placode induction in zebrafish"

    Article Title: sox2 and sox3 cooperate to regulate otic/epibranchial placode induction in zebrafish

    Journal: Developmental biology

    doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2018.01.011

    Genetic targeting of sox2 and sox3 (A) Sequences for targeting vectors for sox2 (TALEN) and sox3 (sgRNA) and resulting lesions in sox2 (allele x50 ) and sox3 (alleles x52 and x53 ). The deletion in x50 leads to loss of an SfoI restriction site (magenta), which was used for genotyping, whereas sox3 indels were identified by allele-specific PCR primers (see Materials Methods). (B–L) Live embryos at 26 hpf showing general morphology (B–D), cranial development (E–G), tail development (K–L) and the otic vesicle (H–J, lateral views with anterior to the left; Scale bar, 50 μm) in control, sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Excess cells at the ventral tip of the tail in sox2 −/ − embryos are indicated (arrow). (M) Box-and-whisker plot of surface area of otic vesicle, normalized to control embryos, in control embryos and sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Green line indicates mean. Asterisk indicates statistically significant difference relative to control embryos ( *** P
    Figure Legend Snippet: Genetic targeting of sox2 and sox3 (A) Sequences for targeting vectors for sox2 (TALEN) and sox3 (sgRNA) and resulting lesions in sox2 (allele x50 ) and sox3 (alleles x52 and x53 ). The deletion in x50 leads to loss of an SfoI restriction site (magenta), which was used for genotyping, whereas sox3 indels were identified by allele-specific PCR primers (see Materials Methods). (B–L) Live embryos at 26 hpf showing general morphology (B–D), cranial development (E–G), tail development (K–L) and the otic vesicle (H–J, lateral views with anterior to the left; Scale bar, 50 μm) in control, sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Excess cells at the ventral tip of the tail in sox2 −/ − embryos are indicated (arrow). (M) Box-and-whisker plot of surface area of otic vesicle, normalized to control embryos, in control embryos and sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Green line indicates mean. Asterisk indicates statistically significant difference relative to control embryos ( *** P

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Whisker Assay

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    Clone Assay:

    Article Title: Efficient enrichment cloning of TAL effector genes from Xanthomonas
    Article Snippet: .. Enrichment cloning of tal gene BamHI fragments 20 μg of genomic DNA were digested with BamHI-HF, SfoI and ApaLI in CutSmart® Buffer (New England Biolabs SAS, Enry, France) at 37 °C overnight. .. The High-Fidelity version of BamHI was used to avoid star activities upon prolonged incubation.

    In Vivo:

    Article Title: Genome Stability of Lyme Disease Spirochetes: Comparative Genomics of Borrelia burgdorferi Plasmids
    Article Snippet: .. To test the predicted in vivo HhaI-like DNA methyltransferase activity of the N40_Y07 protein, we treated B. burgdorferi DNAs with restriction endonucleases SfoI and HhaI (New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA), since HhaI cytosine methyltransferase methylates GCGC to create GCme GC, and DNA cleavage by both SfoI and HhaI are blocked by this methylation . .. Endonuclease cleavage was monitored by CHEF pulsed field gel electrophoresis display of the resulting fragments. shows that Sfo I fails to cleave N40 DNA, while it does cleave the DNA of strains M (above), B31, JD1 and 297 (data not shown for the last three).

    Agarose Gel Electrophoresis:

    Article Title: Assessment of Gut Bacteria for a Paratransgenic Approach To Control Dermolepida albohirtum Larvae
    Article Snippet: .. Control pBBR and plasmids extracted from transformed colonies were digested using SfoI (NEB) or RsaI (NEB) and run in a 1% agarose gel for comparison. .. DH5α was electroporated with plasmid isolated from a Da-11 colony that was previously transformed with pBBR and grown on plates containing kanamycin.

    Methylation:

    Article Title: Genome Stability of Lyme Disease Spirochetes: Comparative Genomics of Borrelia burgdorferi Plasmids
    Article Snippet: .. To test the predicted in vivo HhaI-like DNA methyltransferase activity of the N40_Y07 protein, we treated B. burgdorferi DNAs with restriction endonucleases SfoI and HhaI (New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA), since HhaI cytosine methyltransferase methylates GCGC to create GCme GC, and DNA cleavage by both SfoI and HhaI are blocked by this methylation . .. Endonuclease cleavage was monitored by CHEF pulsed field gel electrophoresis display of the resulting fragments. shows that Sfo I fails to cleave N40 DNA, while it does cleave the DNA of strains M (above), B31, JD1 and 297 (data not shown for the last three).

    Mutagenesis:

    Article Title: sox2 and sox3 cooperate to regulate otic/epibranchial placode induction in zebrafish
    Article Snippet: .. PCR products were then digested with restriction enzyme SfoI or NarI (NEB), yielding wild-type fragments of 330 and 160 bp, while the mutant PCR product remains uncut at 490 bp. .. To identify sox3x52 mutants, indel-PCR was performed using three primers in a single reaction: forward primer-1 5′-CGTTTTCTTTCGAGTGCTTGGC-3′, forward primer-2 (indel primer) 5′-GCAAAAACAACAGTGCCAACGA-3′ and reverse primer 5′-TTTGTAATCCGGGTGCTCCTTC-3′. sox3x52/x52 homozygous mutant DNA yielded a single 344 bp amplicon, while wild-type or sox3x52/+ heterozygous DNA yielded 239 and 344 bp fragments.

    Labeling:

    Article Title: The Structure of the TNFRSF13C Promoter Enables Differential Expression of BAFF-R during B Cell Ontogeny and Terminal Differentiation
    Article Snippet: .. Probe 1 (−289 — +33) and Probe 2 (−722 — −239) were cut from the plasmid with enzyme pairs NcoI and SfoI and EcoRV and XmaI (NEBiolabs), respectively, to generate 5′overhangs to be labeled by filling in with radioactive nucleotides. .. After 10 pmol of plasmid were digested for 2 h at 37°C in NEB Buffer 4, the probes were labeled by the addition of Klenow, 100 μCi of 32 P-labeled dCTP, and an excess of unlabeled dATP, dTTP, and dGTP.

    Activity Assay:

    Article Title: Genome Stability of Lyme Disease Spirochetes: Comparative Genomics of Borrelia burgdorferi Plasmids
    Article Snippet: .. To test the predicted in vivo HhaI-like DNA methyltransferase activity of the N40_Y07 protein, we treated B. burgdorferi DNAs with restriction endonucleases SfoI and HhaI (New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA), since HhaI cytosine methyltransferase methylates GCGC to create GCme GC, and DNA cleavage by both SfoI and HhaI are blocked by this methylation . .. Endonuclease cleavage was monitored by CHEF pulsed field gel electrophoresis display of the resulting fragments. shows that Sfo I fails to cleave N40 DNA, while it does cleave the DNA of strains M (above), B31, JD1 and 297 (data not shown for the last three).

    Construct:

    Article Title: Catabolite and Oxygen Regulation of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli Virulence
    Article Snippet: .. To construct the complement vectors for each single gene in pACYC184, the plasmid was digested with NEB enzymes EcoRV and SalI. pKCB04 was digested with SfoI and SmaI, pKCB05 was digested with SfoI and SalI, and pKCB06 was digested with SfoI and SalI (NEB). .. The digested template and respective genes were gel purified (Qiagen) before ligation with NEB T4 ligase overnight at 16°C.

    Polymerase Chain Reaction:

    Article Title: sox2 and sox3 cooperate to regulate otic/epibranchial placode induction in zebrafish
    Article Snippet: .. PCR products were then digested with restriction enzyme SfoI or NarI (NEB), yielding wild-type fragments of 330 and 160 bp, while the mutant PCR product remains uncut at 490 bp. .. To identify sox3x52 mutants, indel-PCR was performed using three primers in a single reaction: forward primer-1 5′-CGTTTTCTTTCGAGTGCTTGGC-3′, forward primer-2 (indel primer) 5′-GCAAAAACAACAGTGCCAACGA-3′ and reverse primer 5′-TTTGTAATCCGGGTGCTCCTTC-3′. sox3x52/x52 homozygous mutant DNA yielded a single 344 bp amplicon, while wild-type or sox3x52/+ heterozygous DNA yielded 239 and 344 bp fragments.

    Transformation Assay:

    Article Title: Assessment of Gut Bacteria for a Paratransgenic Approach To Control Dermolepida albohirtum Larvae
    Article Snippet: .. Control pBBR and plasmids extracted from transformed colonies were digested using SfoI (NEB) or RsaI (NEB) and run in a 1% agarose gel for comparison. .. DH5α was electroporated with plasmid isolated from a Da-11 colony that was previously transformed with pBBR and grown on plates containing kanamycin.

    Plasmid Preparation:

    Article Title: Phenotypic Susceptibility to Bevirimat in Isolates from HIV-1-Infected Patients without Prior Exposure to Bevirimat ▿
    Article Snippet: .. Plasmid DNA was extracted with a GenElute HP miniprep kit (Sigma-Aldrich) and digested overnight first with XmaI and then with SfoI (New England Biolabs). .. The band of interest was gel purified prior to and after digestion with SfoI.

    Article Title: The Structure of the TNFRSF13C Promoter Enables Differential Expression of BAFF-R during B Cell Ontogeny and Terminal Differentiation
    Article Snippet: .. Probe 1 (−289 — +33) and Probe 2 (−722 — −239) were cut from the plasmid with enzyme pairs NcoI and SfoI and EcoRV and XmaI (NEBiolabs), respectively, to generate 5′overhangs to be labeled by filling in with radioactive nucleotides. .. After 10 pmol of plasmid were digested for 2 h at 37°C in NEB Buffer 4, the probes were labeled by the addition of Klenow, 100 μCi of 32 P-labeled dCTP, and an excess of unlabeled dATP, dTTP, and dGTP.

    Article Title: Catabolite and Oxygen Regulation of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli Virulence
    Article Snippet: .. To construct the complement vectors for each single gene in pACYC184, the plasmid was digested with NEB enzymes EcoRV and SalI. pKCB04 was digested with SfoI and SmaI, pKCB05 was digested with SfoI and SalI, and pKCB06 was digested with SfoI and SalI (NEB). .. The digested template and respective genes were gel purified (Qiagen) before ligation with NEB T4 ligase overnight at 16°C.

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    Enzymes and substrates. ( A ) Shown, within the grey box, are the sequence GGCGCC and the sequences flanking this site in pUC19. The enzymes KasI, NarI, Mly113I, <t>SfoI,</t> <t>EgeI,</t> EheI and BbeI cleave GGCGCC at the positions shown. ( B ) The plasmids pUC19 (2686
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    Enzymes and substrates. ( A ) Shown, within the grey box, are the sequence GGCGCC and the sequences flanking this site in pUC19. The enzymes KasI, NarI, Mly113I, SfoI, EgeI, EheI and BbeI cleave GGCGCC at the positions shown. ( B ) The plasmids pUC19 (2686

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: One recognition sequence, seven restriction enzymes, five reaction mechanisms

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gkh685

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enzymes and substrates. ( A ) Shown, within the grey box, are the sequence GGCGCC and the sequences flanking this site in pUC19. The enzymes KasI, NarI, Mly113I, SfoI, EgeI, EheI and BbeI cleave GGCGCC at the positions shown. ( B ) The plasmids pUC19 (2686

    Article Snippet: Restriction enzymes were obtained from the following suppliers and stored at −20°C: BbeI, Takara Biomedicals, Japan; EgeI and Mly113I, SibEnzyme, Russia; EheI, MBI Fermentas, Lithuania; KasI, NarI and SfoI, New England Biolabs, USA.

    Techniques: Sequencing

    Genetic targeting of sox2 and sox3 (A) Sequences for targeting vectors for sox2 (TALEN) and sox3 (sgRNA) and resulting lesions in sox2 (allele x50 ) and sox3 (alleles x52 and x53 ). The deletion in x50 leads to loss of an SfoI restriction site (magenta), which was used for genotyping, whereas sox3 indels were identified by allele-specific PCR primers (see Materials Methods). (B–L) Live embryos at 26 hpf showing general morphology (B–D), cranial development (E–G), tail development (K–L) and the otic vesicle (H–J, lateral views with anterior to the left; Scale bar, 50 μm) in control, sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Excess cells at the ventral tip of the tail in sox2 −/ − embryos are indicated (arrow). (M) Box-and-whisker plot of surface area of otic vesicle, normalized to control embryos, in control embryos and sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Green line indicates mean. Asterisk indicates statistically significant difference relative to control embryos ( *** P

    Journal: Developmental biology

    Article Title: sox2 and sox3 cooperate to regulate otic/epibranchial placode induction in zebrafish

    doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2018.01.011

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Genetic targeting of sox2 and sox3 (A) Sequences for targeting vectors for sox2 (TALEN) and sox3 (sgRNA) and resulting lesions in sox2 (allele x50 ) and sox3 (alleles x52 and x53 ). The deletion in x50 leads to loss of an SfoI restriction site (magenta), which was used for genotyping, whereas sox3 indels were identified by allele-specific PCR primers (see Materials Methods). (B–L) Live embryos at 26 hpf showing general morphology (B–D), cranial development (E–G), tail development (K–L) and the otic vesicle (H–J, lateral views with anterior to the left; Scale bar, 50 μm) in control, sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Excess cells at the ventral tip of the tail in sox2 −/ − embryos are indicated (arrow). (M) Box-and-whisker plot of surface area of otic vesicle, normalized to control embryos, in control embryos and sox2 −/ − and sox3 −/ − mutants. Green line indicates mean. Asterisk indicates statistically significant difference relative to control embryos ( *** P

    Article Snippet: PCR products were then digested with restriction enzyme SfoI or NarI (NEB), yielding wild-type fragments of 330 and 160 bp, while the mutant PCR product remains uncut at 490 bp.

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Whisker Assay