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    TaKaRa LA Taq DNA Polymerase
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    TaKaRa LA Taq DNA Polymerase combines Taq DNA polymerase and a DNA proofreading polymerase with 3 →5 exonuclease activity to enable PCR amplification of very long DNA templates long range PCR This mixture of enzymes allows for long and accurate LA PCR of targets from a variety of templates including genomic DNA LA Taq DNA polymerase is supplied with optimized LA PCR Buffer II with or without Mg2 and dNTPs
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    TaKaRa la taq polymerase
    PCR of subdivided genomic sequences. Three regions of human genomic DNA (GenBank accession nos AC006454 , AC093734 and X91835 , with 5103, 5193 and 12 114 bp, respectively) were subdivided into nine 567, 577 and 1346 bp PCR sites, respectively. PCR was performed for each subdivided site using primer sets (20 bp each) corresponding to the terminal sequence of each site using the <t>Taq</t> DNA polymerase ( ExTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody; <t>Takara-bio).</t> PCR was carried out in the absence and in the presence of Tth RecA protein and ATP. The products were electrophoresed and stained with ethidium bromide. ( a ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5103 bp in GenBank accession no AC006454 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( b ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5193 bp in GenBank accession no AC093734 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( c ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (12 114 bp in GenBank accession no X91835 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). Throughout (a–c), nine subdivided sites for each region are indicated as a-1 to a-9, b-1 to b-9 and c-1 to c-9. Nucleotide (nt) numbers correspond to registries in GenBank. Locations of the specific PCR products are indicated by arrows.
    TaKaRa LA Taq DNA Polymerase combines Taq DNA polymerase and a DNA proofreading polymerase with 3 →5 exonuclease activity to enable PCR amplification of very long DNA templates long range PCR This mixture of enzymes allows for long and accurate LA PCR of targets from a variety of templates including genomic DNA LA Taq DNA polymerase is supplied with optimized LA PCR Buffer II with or without Mg2 and dNTPs
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    1) Product Images from "Multiplex PCR: use of heat-stable Thermus thermophilus RecA protein to minimize non-specific PCR products"

    Article Title: Multiplex PCR: use of heat-stable Thermus thermophilus RecA protein to minimize non-specific PCR products

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gni111

    PCR of subdivided genomic sequences. Three regions of human genomic DNA (GenBank accession nos AC006454 , AC093734 and X91835 , with 5103, 5193 and 12 114 bp, respectively) were subdivided into nine 567, 577 and 1346 bp PCR sites, respectively. PCR was performed for each subdivided site using primer sets (20 bp each) corresponding to the terminal sequence of each site using the Taq DNA polymerase ( ExTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody; Takara-bio). PCR was carried out in the absence and in the presence of Tth RecA protein and ATP. The products were electrophoresed and stained with ethidium bromide. ( a ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5103 bp in GenBank accession no AC006454 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( b ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5193 bp in GenBank accession no AC093734 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( c ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (12 114 bp in GenBank accession no X91835 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). Throughout (a–c), nine subdivided sites for each region are indicated as a-1 to a-9, b-1 to b-9 and c-1 to c-9. Nucleotide (nt) numbers correspond to registries in GenBank. Locations of the specific PCR products are indicated by arrows.
    Figure Legend Snippet: PCR of subdivided genomic sequences. Three regions of human genomic DNA (GenBank accession nos AC006454 , AC093734 and X91835 , with 5103, 5193 and 12 114 bp, respectively) were subdivided into nine 567, 577 and 1346 bp PCR sites, respectively. PCR was performed for each subdivided site using primer sets (20 bp each) corresponding to the terminal sequence of each site using the Taq DNA polymerase ( ExTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody; Takara-bio). PCR was carried out in the absence and in the presence of Tth RecA protein and ATP. The products were electrophoresed and stained with ethidium bromide. ( a ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5103 bp in GenBank accession no AC006454 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( b ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (5193 bp in GenBank accession no AC093734 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). ( c ) A diagrammatic representation of the subdivided region (12 114 bp in GenBank accession no X91835 ) (upper panel) and the electrophoretic patterns of the PCR products (lower panel). Throughout (a–c), nine subdivided sites for each region are indicated as a-1 to a-9, b-1 to b-9 and c-1 to c-9. Nucleotide (nt) numbers correspond to registries in GenBank. Locations of the specific PCR products are indicated by arrows.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Genomic Sequencing, Sequencing, Staining

    PCR with primers carrying mismatched bases. PCR was performed at two human genomic sites with primers (20 bp), one of which (forward primer) carried one, two or three mismatched bases in the middle of the primer, in the absence (left) or presence (right) of Tth RecA protein and ATP using the Taq DNA polymerase ( rTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody). ( a ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 66 562 and nt 66 581 in GenBank accession no AC006454 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set a-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set a-2 with one mismatched base at nt 66 566, T to C); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set a-3 with two mismatched base at nt 66 566 and nt 66 571, both T to C); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set a-4 with three mismatched base at nt 66 566 and nt 66 571, T to C and nt 66 576, G to C). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers (mismatched bases are underlined) are as follows: primer set a-1, 5′-CATGGCACCTGCTCTGAGAC-3′; primer set a-2, 5′-CATGGCACC C GCTCTGAGAC-3′; primer set a-3, 5′-CATGGCACC C GCTC C GAGAC-3′; and primer set a-4, 5′-CATG C CACC C GCTC C GAGAC-3′. ( b ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 38 501 and nt 38 520 in GenBank accession no. AC0937734 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set b-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set b-2 with one mismatched base at nt 38 505, G to A); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set b-3 with two mismatched base at nt 38 505 and nt 38 510, both G to A); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set b-4 with three mismatched base at nt 38 505, nt 38 510 and nt 38 515, all G to A). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers are as follows: primer set b-1, 5′-ATCTGTGTGGTTCGGCTCTG-3′; primer set b-2, 5′-ATCTGTGTG A TTCGGCTCTG-3′; primer set b-3, 5′-ATCTGTGTG A TTCG A CTCTG-3′; and primer set b-4, 5′-ATCT A TGTG A TTCG A CTCTG-3′. ( c ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 63 957 and nt 63 976 in GenBank accession no. AC004975 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set c-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set c-2 with one mismatched base at nt 63 961, A to T); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set c-3 with two mismatched base at nt 63 961 and nt 63 966, A to T and C to T); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set c-4 with three mismatched base at nt 63 961, nt 63 966 and nt 63 971, A to T, C to T and G to T). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers are as follows: primer set c-1, 5′-GCAGGCACCAAGAACTACTG-3′; primer set c-2, 5′-GCAGGCACC T AGAACTACTG-3′; primer set c-3, 5′-GCAGGCACC T AGAA T TACTG-3′; and primer set c-4, 5′-GCAG T CACC T AGAA T TACTG-3′. The sequences for the backward primers are 5′-TCACCTCCCAGCCTGGCCCA-3′ for ( a ), 5′-AGGGAGATGTTCTCATAAAT-3′ and 5′-CTGTAAGTGGCAGACATTAC-3′ for ( b ). Nucleotide numbers correspond to registries in GenBank. Locations of the specific PCR products are indicated by arrows.
    Figure Legend Snippet: PCR with primers carrying mismatched bases. PCR was performed at two human genomic sites with primers (20 bp), one of which (forward primer) carried one, two or three mismatched bases in the middle of the primer, in the absence (left) or presence (right) of Tth RecA protein and ATP using the Taq DNA polymerase ( rTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody). ( a ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 66 562 and nt 66 581 in GenBank accession no AC006454 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set a-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set a-2 with one mismatched base at nt 66 566, T to C); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set a-3 with two mismatched base at nt 66 566 and nt 66 571, both T to C); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set a-4 with three mismatched base at nt 66 566 and nt 66 571, T to C and nt 66 576, G to C). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers (mismatched bases are underlined) are as follows: primer set a-1, 5′-CATGGCACCTGCTCTGAGAC-3′; primer set a-2, 5′-CATGGCACC C GCTCTGAGAC-3′; primer set a-3, 5′-CATGGCACC C GCTC C GAGAC-3′; and primer set a-4, 5′-CATG C CACC C GCTC C GAGAC-3′. ( b ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 38 501 and nt 38 520 in GenBank accession no. AC0937734 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set b-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set b-2 with one mismatched base at nt 38 505, G to A); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set b-3 with two mismatched base at nt 38 505 and nt 38 510, both G to A); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set b-4 with three mismatched base at nt 38 505, nt 38 510 and nt 38 515, all G to A). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers are as follows: primer set b-1, 5′-ATCTGTGTGGTTCGGCTCTG-3′; primer set b-2, 5′-ATCTGTGTG A TTCGGCTCTG-3′; primer set b-3, 5′-ATCTGTGTG A TTCG A CTCTG-3′; and primer set b-4, 5′-ATCT A TGTG A TTCG A CTCTG-3′. ( c ) Upper panel: a diagrammatic representation of the location of the PCR site (20 bp between nt 63 957 and nt 63 976 in GenBank accession no. AC004975 ) and of the primers. Lower panel: lanes 1 and 5, PCR products using primers without mismatched bases (primer set c-1); lanes 2 and 6, PCR products using primers (primer set c-2 with one mismatched base at nt 63 961, A to T); lanes 3 and 7, PCR products using primers (primer set c-3 with two mismatched base at nt 63 961 and nt 63 966, A to T and C to T); and lanes 4 and 8, PCR products using primers (primer set c-4 with three mismatched base at nt 63 961, nt 63 966 and nt 63 971, A to T, C to T and G to T). The oligonucleotide sequences used for the forward primers are as follows: primer set c-1, 5′-GCAGGCACCAAGAACTACTG-3′; primer set c-2, 5′-GCAGGCACC T AGAACTACTG-3′; primer set c-3, 5′-GCAGGCACC T AGAA T TACTG-3′; and primer set c-4, 5′-GCAG T CACC T AGAA T TACTG-3′. The sequences for the backward primers are 5′-TCACCTCCCAGCCTGGCCCA-3′ for ( a ), 5′-AGGGAGATGTTCTCATAAAT-3′ and 5′-CTGTAAGTGGCAGACATTAC-3′ for ( b ). Nucleotide numbers correspond to registries in GenBank. Locations of the specific PCR products are indicated by arrows.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Effect of T.thermophilus RecA protein on PCR. PCR with Taq DNA polymerase ( ExTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody; Takara-bio) for several randomly selected sequences (300–650 bp) in human genomic DNA was carried out in the absence or in the presence of the Tth RecA protein. ( a ) Control, PCR under the standard conditions described in Materials and Methods. ( b ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture). ( c ) Similar to (a), but with ATP (400 μM). ( d ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture) and ATP (300 μM). ( e ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture) and ATP-γS (300 μM). The products were electrophoresed and stained with ethidium bromide. Molecular weight markers are indicated on the right-hand side of these panels. The oligonucleotide sequences used for the primers were as follows: 5′-ACAATGGGCTCACTCACCCA-3′ and 5′-CTAAGACCAATGGATAGCTG-3′ for lane 1 (300 bp); 5′-GCTCAGCATGGTGGTGGCAT-3′ and 5′-CCTCATACCTTCCCCCCCAT-3′ for lane 2 (319 bp); 5′-GACTACTCTAGCGACTGTCC-3′ and 5′-GACAGCCACCAGATCCAATC-3′ for lane 3 (360 bp); 5′-AACCTCACAACCTTGGCTGA-3′ and 5′-TTCACAACTTAAGATTTGGC-3′ for lane 4 (400 bp); 5′-AGGCAACTAGGATGGTGTGG-3′ and 5′-CAGGGAGCGTGTCCATAGGG-3′ for lane 5 (450 bp); 5′-CTGCTGAAAGAGATGCGGTG-3′ and 5′-AGGAAAACAGCCCAAGGGAC-3′ for lane 6 (469 bp); and 5′-ACTTTGTTCTGAGCCTCACA-3′ and 5′-GTTGCCCAATCGCCCCTCTC-3′ for lane 7 (650 bp).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Effect of T.thermophilus RecA protein on PCR. PCR with Taq DNA polymerase ( ExTaq DNA polymerase plus ‘hot start’ antibody; Takara-bio) for several randomly selected sequences (300–650 bp) in human genomic DNA was carried out in the absence or in the presence of the Tth RecA protein. ( a ) Control, PCR under the standard conditions described in Materials and Methods. ( b ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture). ( c ) Similar to (a), but with ATP (400 μM). ( d ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture) and ATP (300 μM). ( e ) Similar to (a), but with Tth RecA protein (0.4 μg per 25 μl reaction mixture) and ATP-γS (300 μM). The products were electrophoresed and stained with ethidium bromide. Molecular weight markers are indicated on the right-hand side of these panels. The oligonucleotide sequences used for the primers were as follows: 5′-ACAATGGGCTCACTCACCCA-3′ and 5′-CTAAGACCAATGGATAGCTG-3′ for lane 1 (300 bp); 5′-GCTCAGCATGGTGGTGGCAT-3′ and 5′-CCTCATACCTTCCCCCCCAT-3′ for lane 2 (319 bp); 5′-GACTACTCTAGCGACTGTCC-3′ and 5′-GACAGCCACCAGATCCAATC-3′ for lane 3 (360 bp); 5′-AACCTCACAACCTTGGCTGA-3′ and 5′-TTCACAACTTAAGATTTGGC-3′ for lane 4 (400 bp); 5′-AGGCAACTAGGATGGTGTGG-3′ and 5′-CAGGGAGCGTGTCCATAGGG-3′ for lane 5 (450 bp); 5′-CTGCTGAAAGAGATGCGGTG-3′ and 5′-AGGAAAACAGCCCAAGGGAC-3′ for lane 6 (469 bp); and 5′-ACTTTGTTCTGAGCCTCACA-3′ and 5′-GTTGCCCAATCGCCCCTCTC-3′ for lane 7 (650 bp).

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Staining, Molecular Weight

    2) Product Images from "Deficiency of a pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase produces the yellowish green cocoon ‘Ryokuken’ of the silkworm, Bombyx mori"

    Article Title: Deficiency of a pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase produces the yellowish green cocoon ‘Ryokuken’ of the silkworm, Bombyx mori

    Journal: Heredity

    doi: 10.1038/s41437-018-0051-8

    Comparison of the BmP5CR1 genomic region between Daizo (+ Lg /+ Lg ) and DH6 ( Lg / Lg ). ( a ) Genomic PCR analysis of the three parts of BmP5CR1 by Ex or LA Taq polymerase HS. M is the DNA ladder marker. ( b ) Schematic representation of the BmP5CR1 gene structure. Lines and rectangular boxes show introns and exons, respectively. White boxes indicate the untranslated regions (UTRs), and grey boxes are the coding regions. Arrows indicate differences between Daizo and DH6. Arrowheads are primer sites used in this study. Numbers show the length (bp) of each region
    Figure Legend Snippet: Comparison of the BmP5CR1 genomic region between Daizo (+ Lg /+ Lg ) and DH6 ( Lg / Lg ). ( a ) Genomic PCR analysis of the three parts of BmP5CR1 by Ex or LA Taq polymerase HS. M is the DNA ladder marker. ( b ) Schematic representation of the BmP5CR1 gene structure. Lines and rectangular boxes show introns and exons, respectively. White boxes indicate the untranslated regions (UTRs), and grey boxes are the coding regions. Arrows indicate differences between Daizo and DH6. Arrowheads are primer sites used in this study. Numbers show the length (bp) of each region

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Marker

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    siRNA (-2752-21) targets tomato SlLNR1 . (A) Schematic illustration of SlLNR1 structure and its associated siRNAs. The sense SlLNR1 , SlLNR1 (+), from the susceptible cultivar is an 1132-nt lncRNA, which is validated by <t>RACE.</t> Its anti-sense, SlLNR1 (-), is generated by sequencing a segmental <t>RT-PCR</t> (the 54 th bp of the 3’ end to the 1008 th ). The full sequence of SlLNR1 was shown in S4 Fig . The vertical bar indicate the target site of siRNA(-2752-21). The data derived from small RNA sequencing of TYLCV infected plants or mock was aligned to SlLNR1 and the number indicates the aligned siRNA reads. (B) Negative correlation of expression of siRNA(-2752-21) and SlLNR1 . SlLNR1 (+) or SlLNR1 (-) was expressed with siRNA(-2752-21) in N . benthamiana . The RNA sample was extracted at 48 h after agroinfiltration. The EF1a gene of N . benthamiana was used as a refernce. (C) SlLNR1 was down regulated in the pTRV2:IR inoculated susceptible plants but not in the resistant plants. The RNA sample was extracted at 15 days after pTRV2:IR and EV inoculated plants. The relative expression of SlLNR1 was measured by qRT-PCR and calculated in relation to EV inoculated plants according to the ΔΔ Ct method. The tomato actin gene was set as reference gene. Error bars represented SE of three biological replicates and significant differences by Student’s t test (*, p
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    ( A ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from four long amplifying <t>DNA</t> polymerases; KlenTaq LA (discontinued), AccuTaq LA, PrimeSTAR GXL and <t>Takara</t> LA Taq (separate gel) per manufacturer’s instructions for samples with high GC/secondary structures. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1, CVB3 Nancy; 2, CVB5 Faulkner; 3, H 2 O control. ( B ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from Takara LA Taq DNA polymerase. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1–4, known EV positives from NSW Health Pathology East virology diagnostic lab; 5, CVB3 Nancy; 6, H 2 .
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    siRNA (-2752-21) targets tomato SlLNR1 . (A) Schematic illustration of SlLNR1 structure and its associated siRNAs. The sense SlLNR1 , SlLNR1 (+), from the susceptible cultivar is an 1132-nt lncRNA, which is validated by RACE. Its anti-sense, SlLNR1 (-), is generated by sequencing a segmental RT-PCR (the 54 th bp of the 3’ end to the 1008 th ). The full sequence of SlLNR1 was shown in S4 Fig . The vertical bar indicate the target site of siRNA(-2752-21). The data derived from small RNA sequencing of TYLCV infected plants or mock was aligned to SlLNR1 and the number indicates the aligned siRNA reads. (B) Negative correlation of expression of siRNA(-2752-21) and SlLNR1 . SlLNR1 (+) or SlLNR1 (-) was expressed with siRNA(-2752-21) in N . benthamiana . The RNA sample was extracted at 48 h after agroinfiltration. The EF1a gene of N . benthamiana was used as a refernce. (C) SlLNR1 was down regulated in the pTRV2:IR inoculated susceptible plants but not in the resistant plants. The RNA sample was extracted at 15 days after pTRV2:IR and EV inoculated plants. The relative expression of SlLNR1 was measured by qRT-PCR and calculated in relation to EV inoculated plants according to the ΔΔ Ct method. The tomato actin gene was set as reference gene. Error bars represented SE of three biological replicates and significant differences by Student’s t test (*, p

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    Figure Lengend Snippet: siRNA (-2752-21) targets tomato SlLNR1 . (A) Schematic illustration of SlLNR1 structure and its associated siRNAs. The sense SlLNR1 , SlLNR1 (+), from the susceptible cultivar is an 1132-nt lncRNA, which is validated by RACE. Its anti-sense, SlLNR1 (-), is generated by sequencing a segmental RT-PCR (the 54 th bp of the 3’ end to the 1008 th ). The full sequence of SlLNR1 was shown in S4 Fig . The vertical bar indicate the target site of siRNA(-2752-21). The data derived from small RNA sequencing of TYLCV infected plants or mock was aligned to SlLNR1 and the number indicates the aligned siRNA reads. (B) Negative correlation of expression of siRNA(-2752-21) and SlLNR1 . SlLNR1 (+) or SlLNR1 (-) was expressed with siRNA(-2752-21) in N . benthamiana . The RNA sample was extracted at 48 h after agroinfiltration. The EF1a gene of N . benthamiana was used as a refernce. (C) SlLNR1 was down regulated in the pTRV2:IR inoculated susceptible plants but not in the resistant plants. The RNA sample was extracted at 15 days after pTRV2:IR and EV inoculated plants. The relative expression of SlLNR1 was measured by qRT-PCR and calculated in relation to EV inoculated plants according to the ΔΔ Ct method. The tomato actin gene was set as reference gene. Error bars represented SE of three biological replicates and significant differences by Student’s t test (*, p

    Article Snippet: The 5’ flanking region of the sense transcripts of SlLNR1 were obtained by RNA ligase-mediated rapid amplification of 5' cDNA ends First Choice ® RLM-RACE Kit (Invitrogen, USA), according to the instructions of the manufacturer, and the 3’ end was verified by 3’ RACE PCR kit (TAKARA).

    Techniques: Generated, Sequencing, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, Derivative Assay, RNA Sequencing Assay, Infection, Expressing, Quantitative RT-PCR

    Identification of a 25-nt segment and a vsRNA that induce stunt and curled leaves in tomato. (A) VsRNAs generated by the IR and sequence alignment of vsRNAs and SlLNR1 . Location and frequency of TYCLV-derived siRNAs (vsRNAs) were mapped to the IR in sense- (above the x-axis) or antisense- (below the x-axis) orientation. Genome organization of the IR was shown at the top in which the inverted repeat was symbolized as a stem loop. Numbers indicate the first (2616) and last (147) nucleotides of the IR sequence. The histogram of location, frequency and size distribution of vsRNAs corresponding to the 25-nt-fragment (2730–2754) were shown at the medium panel. The fragment was highly complemented with SlLNR1 (-). The scissor means the cleavage site determined by 5’-RACE analysis. (B) Phenotypes of tomato inoculated with pTRV2:4TR. TYLCV-susceptible tomato plants were inoculated with pTRV2 containing 4×25-nt-fragment (2730–2754). The photos were taken at 15 dpi. (C) Validation of siRNA(-2752-21) in the tomato plants by siRNA Northern blot. The leaves of susceptible tomato plants inoculated by TYLCV infectious clone, natural infection by viruliferous whiteflies, agroinfiltrated with pTRV2:4TR and pTRV2:IR were used for total RNA extraction and analyzed at 24 dpi. U6 gene was set as the internal control. (D) Validation of siRNA(-2752-21) presence and downregulation of SlLNR1 in the overexpressed plants. Two individual transgenic lines (pCAMBIA2301:siRNA-1/2) with overexpression of siRNA(-2752-21) were used for total RNA extraction and analyzed. EV indicates the transgenic plant with the EV. The lower panel shows the relative expressi o n of SlLNR1 that was measured by qRT-PCR and calculated in relation to the transgenic plants according to the ΔΔ Ct method using tomat o actin gene as the reference. Error bars represented SE of three biological replicates and significant differences by Student’ s t test (*, p

    Journal: PLoS Pathogens

    Article Title: Tomato yellow leaf curl virus intergenic siRNAs target a host long noncoding RNA to modulate disease symptoms

    doi: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1007534

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Identification of a 25-nt segment and a vsRNA that induce stunt and curled leaves in tomato. (A) VsRNAs generated by the IR and sequence alignment of vsRNAs and SlLNR1 . Location and frequency of TYCLV-derived siRNAs (vsRNAs) were mapped to the IR in sense- (above the x-axis) or antisense- (below the x-axis) orientation. Genome organization of the IR was shown at the top in which the inverted repeat was symbolized as a stem loop. Numbers indicate the first (2616) and last (147) nucleotides of the IR sequence. The histogram of location, frequency and size distribution of vsRNAs corresponding to the 25-nt-fragment (2730–2754) were shown at the medium panel. The fragment was highly complemented with SlLNR1 (-). The scissor means the cleavage site determined by 5’-RACE analysis. (B) Phenotypes of tomato inoculated with pTRV2:4TR. TYLCV-susceptible tomato plants were inoculated with pTRV2 containing 4×25-nt-fragment (2730–2754). The photos were taken at 15 dpi. (C) Validation of siRNA(-2752-21) in the tomato plants by siRNA Northern blot. The leaves of susceptible tomato plants inoculated by TYLCV infectious clone, natural infection by viruliferous whiteflies, agroinfiltrated with pTRV2:4TR and pTRV2:IR were used for total RNA extraction and analyzed at 24 dpi. U6 gene was set as the internal control. (D) Validation of siRNA(-2752-21) presence and downregulation of SlLNR1 in the overexpressed plants. Two individual transgenic lines (pCAMBIA2301:siRNA-1/2) with overexpression of siRNA(-2752-21) were used for total RNA extraction and analyzed. EV indicates the transgenic plant with the EV. The lower panel shows the relative expressi o n of SlLNR1 that was measured by qRT-PCR and calculated in relation to the transgenic plants according to the ΔΔ Ct method using tomat o actin gene as the reference. Error bars represented SE of three biological replicates and significant differences by Student’ s t test (*, p

    Article Snippet: The 5’ flanking region of the sense transcripts of SlLNR1 were obtained by RNA ligase-mediated rapid amplification of 5' cDNA ends First Choice ® RLM-RACE Kit (Invitrogen, USA), according to the instructions of the manufacturer, and the 3’ end was verified by 3’ RACE PCR kit (TAKARA).

    Techniques: Generated, Sequencing, Derivative Assay, Northern Blot, Infection, RNA Extraction, Transgenic Assay, Over Expression, Quantitative RT-PCR

    Identification of the mutant strain RA1062. A PCR amplification. M: Takara DL2000 marker; lanes 1–2: R. anatipestifer 16S rRNA was amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 1), the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 2), showing a 744-bp fragment of 16S rRNA; lanes 4–5: a 678-bp fragment of M949_RS01035 was amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 4), but not the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 5); lanes 7–8: the 644-bp fragment of erm gene was not amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 7), but amplified from the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 8); lanes 3, 6 and 9: the avian pathogenic E. coli strain (APEC, CVCC1547), as negative controls. B Southern blot analysis of the transposon Tn4351 insertion. Lane 1, 10 μg of pEP 4351 digested with Xba I (positive control); Lane 2, 10 μg of chromosomal DNA from mutant strain RA1062 digested with Xba I; Lane 3, 10 μg of chromosomal DNA from the WT strain CH3 digested with Xba I (negative control). The digested sample was resolved on a 0.7% agarose gel and Southern blot analysis was performed using a TnDIG-labeled probe. C Schematic chart of Tn4351 insertion in RA1062 chromosome at 318 bp of the gene, which is 678 nucleotides in length. D qPCR analysis. The expression of the mRNAs were expressed as fold change and calculated using the comparative C T (2 −∆∆CT ) method. Data were normalized to the housekeeping gene ldh and expressed as fold changes. The expression of M949_RS01035 in the mutant strain RA1062 was disrupted. However, no change was shown for its upstream M949_RS10475 gene and downstream M949_RS01030 gene. Error bars represent standard deviations from three replicates (*** p

    Journal: Veterinary Research

    Article Title: The Riemerella anatipestifer M949_RS01035 gene is involved in bacterial lipopolysaccharide biosynthesis

    doi: 10.1186/s13567-018-0589-8

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Identification of the mutant strain RA1062. A PCR amplification. M: Takara DL2000 marker; lanes 1–2: R. anatipestifer 16S rRNA was amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 1), the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 2), showing a 744-bp fragment of 16S rRNA; lanes 4–5: a 678-bp fragment of M949_RS01035 was amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 4), but not the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 5); lanes 7–8: the 644-bp fragment of erm gene was not amplified from the WT strain CH3 (lane 7), but amplified from the mutant strain RA1062 (lane 8); lanes 3, 6 and 9: the avian pathogenic E. coli strain (APEC, CVCC1547), as negative controls. B Southern blot analysis of the transposon Tn4351 insertion. Lane 1, 10 μg of pEP 4351 digested with Xba I (positive control); Lane 2, 10 μg of chromosomal DNA from mutant strain RA1062 digested with Xba I; Lane 3, 10 μg of chromosomal DNA from the WT strain CH3 digested with Xba I (negative control). The digested sample was resolved on a 0.7% agarose gel and Southern blot analysis was performed using a TnDIG-labeled probe. C Schematic chart of Tn4351 insertion in RA1062 chromosome at 318 bp of the gene, which is 678 nucleotides in length. D qPCR analysis. The expression of the mRNAs were expressed as fold change and calculated using the comparative C T (2 −∆∆CT ) method. Data were normalized to the housekeeping gene ldh and expressed as fold changes. The expression of M949_RS01035 in the mutant strain RA1062 was disrupted. However, no change was shown for its upstream M949_RS10475 gene and downstream M949_RS01030 gene. Error bars represent standard deviations from three replicates (*** p

    Article Snippet: Primer pairs specific for Tn4351 (primers TN-1 and IS4351-F) were used to amplify the sequences adjacent to the insertion site using the LA PCR kit (TaKaRa Biotechnology (Dalian) Co., Ltd., Dalian, China).

    Techniques: Mutagenesis, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Marker, Southern Blot, Positive Control, Negative Control, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Labeling, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Expressing

    Effects of rosuvastatin on electrical remodeling after acute MI. The mRNA expression level of KCND3 potassium ion channel was detected by real-time PCR in atrial tissues following MI, in the sham, MI model, and intervention groups. Compared with the sham

    Journal: International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

    Article Title: Effects of rosuvastatin on atrial nerve sprouting and electrical remodeling in rabbits with myocardial infarction

    doi:

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of rosuvastatin on electrical remodeling after acute MI. The mRNA expression level of KCND3 potassium ion channel was detected by real-time PCR in atrial tissues following MI, in the sham, MI model, and intervention groups. Compared with the sham

    Article Snippet: The mRNA expression levels of TH and KCND3were detected with the RT-PCR reagent kit (Takara, Dalian, Liaoning, China).

    Techniques: Expressing, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Effects of rosuvastatin on TH expression level in atrial tissues after acute MI. The mRNA and protein expression levels of TH in rabbit atrial tissues were detected by real-Time PCR (A) and Western blot analysis (B), respectively. Compared with the sham

    Journal: International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

    Article Title: Effects of rosuvastatin on atrial nerve sprouting and electrical remodeling in rabbits with myocardial infarction

    doi:

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of rosuvastatin on TH expression level in atrial tissues after acute MI. The mRNA and protein expression levels of TH in rabbit atrial tissues were detected by real-Time PCR (A) and Western blot analysis (B), respectively. Compared with the sham

    Article Snippet: The mRNA expression levels of TH and KCND3were detected with the RT-PCR reagent kit (Takara, Dalian, Liaoning, China).

    Techniques: Expressing, Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Western Blot

    ( A ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from four long amplifying DNA polymerases; KlenTaq LA (discontinued), AccuTaq LA, PrimeSTAR GXL and Takara LA Taq (separate gel) per manufacturer’s instructions for samples with high GC/secondary structures. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1, CVB3 Nancy; 2, CVB5 Faulkner; 3, H 2 O control. ( B ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from Takara LA Taq DNA polymerase. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1–4, known EV positives from NSW Health Pathology East virology diagnostic lab; 5, CVB3 Nancy; 6, H 2 .

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Amplification and next generation sequencing of near full-length human enteroviruses for identification and characterisation from clinical samples

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-30322-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: ( A ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from four long amplifying DNA polymerases; KlenTaq LA (discontinued), AccuTaq LA, PrimeSTAR GXL and Takara LA Taq (separate gel) per manufacturer’s instructions for samples with high GC/secondary structures. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1, CVB3 Nancy; 2, CVB5 Faulkner; 3, H 2 O control. ( B ) Gel electrophoresis of near full-length genome PCR products produced from Takara LA Taq DNA polymerase. M, HyperLadder 1 kb; 1–4, known EV positives from NSW Health Pathology East virology diagnostic lab; 5, CVB3 Nancy; 6, H 2 .

    Article Snippet: First round PCR was performed by adding cDNA (5 µL) to a reaction mix (50 µL) containing Takara LA Buffer (1X), dNTPs (100 µM each), forward primer vir24 (0.2 µM), reverse primer vir20 (0.2 µM), nuclease-free water (29.5 µL) and Takara LA DNA polymerase (2.5 U).

    Techniques: Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Produced, Diagnostic Assay