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    With the NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean Up kits you get two applications in one The supplied columns which are suitable for gel extraction as well as PCR purification bind DNA to a silica membrane in the presence of a chaotropic salt Once the binding mixture is loaded onto the column contaminants are removed by simple wash steps with ethanolic Wash Buffer NT3 providing rapid DNA purification
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    Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a <t>PCR</t> product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler <t>DNA</t> Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.
    With the NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean Up kits you get two applications in one The supplied columns which are suitable for gel extraction as well as PCR purification bind DNA to a silica membrane in the presence of a chaotropic salt Once the binding mixture is loaded onto the column contaminants are removed by simple wash steps with ethanolic Wash Buffer NT3 providing rapid DNA purification
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    1) Product Images from "Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors"

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors

    Journal: Nature protocols

    doi: 10.1038/nprot.2017.153

    Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Plasmid Preparation, Synthesized, In Vitro, Purification, Marker

    2) Product Images from "CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice"

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-4713-y

    Rat floxed alleles generated by zygote electroporation. a Schematic representation of CLICK: CRISPR with lssDNA inducing conditional knockout alleles. b Schematic approach to generate rat Vapb floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with lssDNA composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 11 : Figure S11). c PCR analysis of rat pups (#1–6) generated by CLICK, showing different types of mutations, indels, LD (via NHEJ), inversions, and floxed alleles (via HDR) (black arrow). The primer sets were used for PCR and sequence analysis (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Sequence analysis of 6 pups showing a variety of mutations, indels, inversion or LD indicated by red letters, and loxP insertions and flox indicated by orange letters. All pups were used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). Asterisks indicate pups used for testing the Cre-loxP system (Additional file 17 : Table S3)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Rat floxed alleles generated by zygote electroporation. a Schematic representation of CLICK: CRISPR with lssDNA inducing conditional knockout alleles. b Schematic approach to generate rat Vapb floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with lssDNA composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 11 : Figure S11). c PCR analysis of rat pups (#1–6) generated by CLICK, showing different types of mutations, indels, LD (via NHEJ), inversions, and floxed alleles (via HDR) (black arrow). The primer sets were used for PCR and sequence analysis (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Sequence analysis of 6 pups showing a variety of mutations, indels, inversion or LD indicated by red letters, and loxP insertions and flox indicated by orange letters. All pups were used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). Asterisks indicate pups used for testing the Cre-loxP system (Additional file 17 : Table S3)

    Techniques Used: Generated, Electroporation, CRISPR, Knock-Out, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Non-Homologous End Joining, Sequencing, Marker, Transmission Assay

    One-step generation of conditional knockout animals (F0) by CLICK. a Schematic representation of applying CLICK in oocytes for in vitro fertilization (IVF) with Cre-driver mice, Emx1-cre, resulting in brain-specific recombination at the targeted floxed alleles. b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups by microinjection (#1–8) or electroporation (#9–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. c Genotyping in several tissues: cerebrum (Cr), cerebellum (Cl), heart (H), liver (L), spleen (S), and testis (Ts), indicating recombination (red arrow) by brain-specific Cre expression in #14 mouse carrying heterozygous floxed with LD alleles. M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Time-schedule comparisons of targeting methods using ES cells by CRISPR in B6 oocytes, and CLICK in Cre oocytes. CLICK saves about 6 months of crossing and reduces breeding costs during the study period (Additional file 13 : Figure S13)
    Figure Legend Snippet: One-step generation of conditional knockout animals (F0) by CLICK. a Schematic representation of applying CLICK in oocytes for in vitro fertilization (IVF) with Cre-driver mice, Emx1-cre, resulting in brain-specific recombination at the targeted floxed alleles. b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups by microinjection (#1–8) or electroporation (#9–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. c Genotyping in several tissues: cerebrum (Cr), cerebellum (Cl), heart (H), liver (L), spleen (S), and testis (Ts), indicating recombination (red arrow) by brain-specific Cre expression in #14 mouse carrying heterozygous floxed with LD alleles. M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Time-schedule comparisons of targeting methods using ES cells by CRISPR in B6 oocytes, and CLICK in Cre oocytes. CLICK saves about 6 months of crossing and reduces breeding costs during the study period (Additional file 13 : Figure S13)

    Techniques Used: Knock-Out, In Vitro, Mouse Assay, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Electroporation, Sequencing, Expressing, Marker, CRISPR

    Mouse floxed alleles generated by microinjection of two gRNA, Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into zygotes. a An approach to generate Serpina3n floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with long single-stranded DNA (lssDNA) composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups (#1–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. Asterisks indicate pups used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. c Representative examples of the targeted Serpina3n loci generated by the microinjection of two gRNA (gRNA-1 and gRNA-2), Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into B6 mouse zygotes (Additional file 3 : Figure S3)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Mouse floxed alleles generated by microinjection of two gRNA, Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into zygotes. a An approach to generate Serpina3n floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with long single-stranded DNA (lssDNA) composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups (#1–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. Asterisks indicate pups used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. c Representative examples of the targeted Serpina3n loci generated by the microinjection of two gRNA (gRNA-1 and gRNA-2), Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into B6 mouse zygotes (Additional file 3 : Figure S3)

    Techniques Used: Generated, CRISPR, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Sequencing, Transmission Assay, Marker

    3) Product Images from "Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors"

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors

    Journal: Nature protocols

    doi: 10.1038/nprot.2017.153

    Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.

    Techniques Used: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Plasmid Preparation, Synthesized, In Vitro, Purification, Marker

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    Polymerase Chain Reaction:

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice
    Article Snippet: .. Bands corresponding to a single-strand DNA fragment were extracted using NucleoSpin® Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan). .. They were fed a standard pellet diet (MF, Oriental Yeast Co., Tokyo, Japan) and tap water ad libitum.

    Article Title: Expression Patterns of PACAP and PAC1R Genes and Anorexigenic Action of PACAP1 and PACAP2 in Zebrafish
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR step comprised 98°C for the first 2 min, followed by 40 cycles of 98°C for 10 s, 58°C for 30 s, and 68°C for 1 min. After agarose electrophoresis, target bands were cut out and DNA was isolated using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up kit (TAKARA Bio). .. DNA concentration was quantified by Implen NanoPhotometer P-class (Implen GmbH, München, Germany) and the number of molecules of the standard sample for each gene was calculated.

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice
    Article Snippet: .. Bands corresponding to a single-strand DNA fragment were extracted using NucleoSpin® Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan). ..

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. 28) Extract DNA from the gel slice using NucleoSpin Gel or PCR Clean-up (TaKaRa) kit (option A) or by Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation (option B). .. Use NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (MACHEREY-NAGEL) for purification of cDNA according to manufacturer’s instructions: Add 200μl Buffer NT1 to each 100mg of agarose gel (containing cDNA) and mix well.

    Article Title: Microfluidic PCR Amplification and MiSeq Amplicon Sequencing Techniques for High-Throughput Detection and Genotyping of Human Pathogenic RNA Viruses in Human Feces, Sewage, and Oysters
    Article Snippet: .. 10 μL) were purified using NucleoSpin Gel and the PCR Clean-up Kit (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan). .. The purified DNAs were eluted with 15 μL of the supplied elution buffer.

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

    Article Title: Multiple Skin Cancers in a Renal Transplant Recipient: A Patient Report with Analyses of Human Papillomavirus and Human Polyomavirus Infection
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR products were purified before sequencing using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio) according to the manufacturer’s protocol. .. Sequencing was performed using BigDye Terminator v3.1 Cycle Sequencing (Thermo Fisher Scientific) on an Applied Biosystems 3130XL Genetic Analyzer (Thermo Fisher Scientific), and the resulting DNA sequences were compared against the reference sequences of GenBank (National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD).

    Article Title: Comparative Analysis of Gammaherpesvirus Circular RNA Repertoires: Conserved and Unique Viral Circular RNAs
    Article Snippet: .. PCR products were cut out and purified using the NucleoSpin Gel & PCR Clean-up kit (Clontech, catalog no. 740609). .. The resulting PCR fragments were cloned into the pCR4-TOPO vector (Thermo Fisher, catalog no. 450030), and the inserts were Sanger sequenced.

    Ethanol Precipitation:

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. 28) Extract DNA from the gel slice using NucleoSpin Gel or PCR Clean-up (TaKaRa) kit (option A) or by Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation (option B). .. Use NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (MACHEREY-NAGEL) for purification of cDNA according to manufacturer’s instructions: Add 200μl Buffer NT1 to each 100mg of agarose gel (containing cDNA) and mix well.

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

    Purification:

    Article Title: Microfluidic PCR Amplification and MiSeq Amplicon Sequencing Techniques for High-Throughput Detection and Genotyping of Human Pathogenic RNA Viruses in Human Feces, Sewage, and Oysters
    Article Snippet: .. 10 μL) were purified using NucleoSpin Gel and the PCR Clean-up Kit (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan). .. The purified DNAs were eluted with 15 μL of the supplied elution buffer.

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

    Article Title: Multiple Skin Cancers in a Renal Transplant Recipient: A Patient Report with Analyses of Human Papillomavirus and Human Polyomavirus Infection
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR products were purified before sequencing using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio) according to the manufacturer’s protocol. .. Sequencing was performed using BigDye Terminator v3.1 Cycle Sequencing (Thermo Fisher Scientific) on an Applied Biosystems 3130XL Genetic Analyzer (Thermo Fisher Scientific), and the resulting DNA sequences were compared against the reference sequences of GenBank (National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD).

    Article Title: Comparative Analysis of Gammaherpesvirus Circular RNA Repertoires: Conserved and Unique Viral Circular RNAs
    Article Snippet: .. PCR products were cut out and purified using the NucleoSpin Gel & PCR Clean-up kit (Clontech, catalog no. 740609). .. The resulting PCR fragments were cloned into the pCR4-TOPO vector (Thermo Fisher, catalog no. 450030), and the inserts were Sanger sequenced.

    Electrophoresis:

    Article Title: Expression Patterns of PACAP and PAC1R Genes and Anorexigenic Action of PACAP1 and PACAP2 in Zebrafish
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR step comprised 98°C for the first 2 min, followed by 40 cycles of 98°C for 10 s, 58°C for 30 s, and 68°C for 1 min. After agarose electrophoresis, target bands were cut out and DNA was isolated using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up kit (TAKARA Bio). .. DNA concentration was quantified by Implen NanoPhotometer P-class (Implen GmbH, München, Germany) and the number of molecules of the standard sample for each gene was calculated.

    Transgenic Assay:

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

    Isolation:

    Article Title: Expression Patterns of PACAP and PAC1R Genes and Anorexigenic Action of PACAP1 and PACAP2 in Zebrafish
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR step comprised 98°C for the first 2 min, followed by 40 cycles of 98°C for 10 s, 58°C for 30 s, and 68°C for 1 min. After agarose electrophoresis, target bands were cut out and DNA was isolated using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up kit (TAKARA Bio). .. DNA concentration was quantified by Implen NanoPhotometer P-class (Implen GmbH, München, Germany) and the number of molecules of the standard sample for each gene was calculated.

    Sequencing:

    Article Title: Multiple Skin Cancers in a Renal Transplant Recipient: A Patient Report with Analyses of Human Papillomavirus and Human Polyomavirus Infection
    Article Snippet: .. The PCR products were purified before sequencing using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio) according to the manufacturer’s protocol. .. Sequencing was performed using BigDye Terminator v3.1 Cycle Sequencing (Thermo Fisher Scientific) on an Applied Biosystems 3130XL Genetic Analyzer (Thermo Fisher Scientific), and the resulting DNA sequences were compared against the reference sequences of GenBank (National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD).

    Injection:

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

    Gel Purification:

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors
    Article Snippet: .. Steps 1–2, Preparation of dsDNA template: 5h Steps 3–5, RNA synthesis using T7 RiboMax Express: 1–4h Steps 6–18, Purification of RNA using MEGAclear kit: 1h Steps 19–23, Synthesis of cDNA from RNA: 1.5h Steps 24–28, Ethanol precipitation of cDNA and gel purification: 1.5h Step 28A, Using NucleoSpin Gel and PCR Clean-up (Column purification): 30min Step 28B, Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation: 50min Steps 29–35, Filter purification of cDNA solution: 1.5h Step 36, Preparation of guide RNA by annealing crRNA and tracrRNA: 30 min Steps 37–40, Preparation of ctRNP + ssDNA Injection mix: 1h Steps 41–55, Protocol steps of mouse transgenesis: 5–6h Steps 56–60, Genotyping of offspring to identify transgenic founders: 1–3 days .. Easi -CRISPR has the potential to generate various kinds of mouse models including conditional knockout mice (floxed), knock-in mice (to fuse protein expression cassettes with genes), and knock-down mice (artificial microRNA knock-in mice).

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    Essential role of PRAMEF12 in spermatogonial differentiation. a Immunofluorescence of whole-mount testes from P2, P4, and P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het mice after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged (right). KIT-positive spermatogonia were rarely detected at P2 in either Pramef12 Null or Pramef12 Het tubules but were present at P4 and increased at P7 in Pramef12 Het tubules. Few KIT-positive spermatogonia (arrow) were observed in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules. Scale bar, 50 μm. b Immunohistochemistry of sections from P7 Pramef12 Null (top panels) and Pramef12 Het (bottom panels) testes after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged with Hoechst 33342 to stain <t>DNA</t> (right). Arrowheads, KIT-positive cells in Pramef12 Null testes. Scale bar, 50 μm. c Quantitative real-time <t>RT-PCR</t> of Kit mRNA abundance in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using β-actin as an internal load control and setting the abundance in Pramef12 Het testis to 1. Mean ± s.d, n = 3 biologically independent samples per condition. * P = 1.43E-05 by two-tailed Student’s t test. d Immunoblot of KIT protein in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using α-tubulin as a load control. e Same as a , but with antibodies to SOHLH1, SOHLH2, and PLZF. The number of spermatogonia positive for SOHLH1 and SOHLH2 was significantly reduced in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules (top panels). Representative of n = 3 a , b , d , e independent biological replicates with similar results per condition
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    Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a <t>PCR</t> product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler <t>DNA</t> Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.
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    Essential role of PRAMEF12 in spermatogonial differentiation. a Immunofluorescence of whole-mount testes from P2, P4, and P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het mice after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged (right). KIT-positive spermatogonia were rarely detected at P2 in either Pramef12 Null or Pramef12 Het tubules but were present at P4 and increased at P7 in Pramef12 Het tubules. Few KIT-positive spermatogonia (arrow) were observed in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules. Scale bar, 50 μm. b Immunohistochemistry of sections from P7 Pramef12 Null (top panels) and Pramef12 Het (bottom panels) testes after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged with Hoechst 33342 to stain DNA (right). Arrowheads, KIT-positive cells in Pramef12 Null testes. Scale bar, 50 μm. c Quantitative real-time RT-PCR of Kit mRNA abundance in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using β-actin as an internal load control and setting the abundance in Pramef12 Het testis to 1. Mean ± s.d, n = 3 biologically independent samples per condition. * P = 1.43E-05 by two-tailed Student’s t test. d Immunoblot of KIT protein in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using α-tubulin as a load control. e Same as a , but with antibodies to SOHLH1, SOHLH2, and PLZF. The number of spermatogonia positive for SOHLH1 and SOHLH2 was significantly reduced in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules (top panels). Representative of n = 3 a , b , d , e independent biological replicates with similar results per condition

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Sertoli cell-only phenotype and scRNA-seq define PRAMEF12 as a factor essential for spermatogenesis in mice

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-13193-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Essential role of PRAMEF12 in spermatogonial differentiation. a Immunofluorescence of whole-mount testes from P2, P4, and P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het mice after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged (right). KIT-positive spermatogonia were rarely detected at P2 in either Pramef12 Null or Pramef12 Het tubules but were present at P4 and increased at P7 in Pramef12 Het tubules. Few KIT-positive spermatogonia (arrow) were observed in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules. Scale bar, 50 μm. b Immunohistochemistry of sections from P7 Pramef12 Null (top panels) and Pramef12 Het (bottom panels) testes after staining with antibodies to DDX4 (left) or KIT (middle) and merged with Hoechst 33342 to stain DNA (right). Arrowheads, KIT-positive cells in Pramef12 Null testes. Scale bar, 50 μm. c Quantitative real-time RT-PCR of Kit mRNA abundance in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using β-actin as an internal load control and setting the abundance in Pramef12 Het testis to 1. Mean ± s.d, n = 3 biologically independent samples per condition. * P = 1.43E-05 by two-tailed Student’s t test. d Immunoblot of KIT protein in P7 Pramef12 Null and Pramef12 Het testes using α-tubulin as a load control. e Same as a , but with antibodies to SOHLH1, SOHLH2, and PLZF. The number of spermatogonia positive for SOHLH1 and SOHLH2 was significantly reduced in P7 Pramef12 Null tubules (top panels). Representative of n = 3 a , b , d , e independent biological replicates with similar results per condition

    Article Snippet: After linearization by digestion with DraI, the DNA fragment was purified with PCR Clean-up Kit (Clontech Laboratories) and transcribed using AmpliScribe T7-Flash Transcription Kit (Lucigen).

    Techniques: Immunofluorescence, Mouse Assay, Staining, Immunohistochemistry, Quantitative RT-PCR, Two Tailed Test

    Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.

    Journal: Nature protocols

    Article Title: Easi-CRISPR protocol for creating knock-in and conditional knockout mouse models using long ssDNA donors

    doi: 10.1038/nprot.2017.153

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Schematic of iv TRT and ssDNA preparation steps. A dsDNA template can be a PCR product, or a plasmid with a suitable restriction enzyme (RE) site distal to the insertion cassette (Steps 1–2) . The gel on the right shows a plasmid digested with a RE. RNA is synthesized using in vitro transcription (Steps 3–18) . The gel on the right shows an RNA of ~ 900 bases long. cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using a reverse primer (Steps 19–23) . The gel on the right shows a sample ssDNA (cDNA). Note that the cDNA preparation typically runs like a smear with a prominent band within the smear. Purification of ssDNA (Steps 24–35) . The image on the left shows the gel after excision of the prominent band (for purification) and the gel on the right shows the purified ssDNA. The GeneRuler DNA Ladder Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific, cat. no. SM0331) was used in all the gels as a DNA size marker.

    Article Snippet: 28) Extract DNA from the gel slice using NucleoSpin Gel or PCR Clean-up (TaKaRa) kit (option A) or by Phenol extraction and ethanol precipitation (option B).

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Plasmid Preparation, Synthesized, In Vitro, Purification, Marker

    Rat floxed alleles generated by zygote electroporation. a Schematic representation of CLICK: CRISPR with lssDNA inducing conditional knockout alleles. b Schematic approach to generate rat Vapb floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with lssDNA composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 11 : Figure S11). c PCR analysis of rat pups (#1–6) generated by CLICK, showing different types of mutations, indels, LD (via NHEJ), inversions, and floxed alleles (via HDR) (black arrow). The primer sets were used for PCR and sequence analysis (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Sequence analysis of 6 pups showing a variety of mutations, indels, inversion or LD indicated by red letters, and loxP insertions and flox indicated by orange letters. All pups were used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). Asterisks indicate pups used for testing the Cre-loxP system (Additional file 17 : Table S3)

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-4713-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Rat floxed alleles generated by zygote electroporation. a Schematic representation of CLICK: CRISPR with lssDNA inducing conditional knockout alleles. b Schematic approach to generate rat Vapb floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with lssDNA composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 11 : Figure S11). c PCR analysis of rat pups (#1–6) generated by CLICK, showing different types of mutations, indels, LD (via NHEJ), inversions, and floxed alleles (via HDR) (black arrow). The primer sets were used for PCR and sequence analysis (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Sequence analysis of 6 pups showing a variety of mutations, indels, inversion or LD indicated by red letters, and loxP insertions and flox indicated by orange letters. All pups were used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). Asterisks indicate pups used for testing the Cre-loxP system (Additional file 17 : Table S3)

    Article Snippet: Bands corresponding to a single-strand DNA fragment were extracted using NucleoSpin® Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan).

    Techniques: Generated, Electroporation, CRISPR, Knock-Out, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Non-Homologous End Joining, Sequencing, Marker, Transmission Assay

    One-step generation of conditional knockout animals (F0) by CLICK. a Schematic representation of applying CLICK in oocytes for in vitro fertilization (IVF) with Cre-driver mice, Emx1-cre, resulting in brain-specific recombination at the targeted floxed alleles. b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups by microinjection (#1–8) or electroporation (#9–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. c Genotyping in several tissues: cerebrum (Cr), cerebellum (Cl), heart (H), liver (L), spleen (S), and testis (Ts), indicating recombination (red arrow) by brain-specific Cre expression in #14 mouse carrying heterozygous floxed with LD alleles. M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Time-schedule comparisons of targeting methods using ES cells by CRISPR in B6 oocytes, and CLICK in Cre oocytes. CLICK saves about 6 months of crossing and reduces breeding costs during the study period (Additional file 13 : Figure S13)

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-4713-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: One-step generation of conditional knockout animals (F0) by CLICK. a Schematic representation of applying CLICK in oocytes for in vitro fertilization (IVF) with Cre-driver mice, Emx1-cre, resulting in brain-specific recombination at the targeted floxed alleles. b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups by microinjection (#1–8) or electroporation (#9–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. c Genotyping in several tissues: cerebrum (Cr), cerebellum (Cl), heart (H), liver (L), spleen (S), and testis (Ts), indicating recombination (red arrow) by brain-specific Cre expression in #14 mouse carrying heterozygous floxed with LD alleles. M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. d Time-schedule comparisons of targeting methods using ES cells by CRISPR in B6 oocytes, and CLICK in Cre oocytes. CLICK saves about 6 months of crossing and reduces breeding costs during the study period (Additional file 13 : Figure S13)

    Article Snippet: Bands corresponding to a single-strand DNA fragment were extracted using NucleoSpin® Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan).

    Techniques: Knock-Out, In Vitro, Mouse Assay, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Electroporation, Sequencing, Expressing, Marker, CRISPR

    Mouse floxed alleles generated by microinjection of two gRNA, Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into zygotes. a An approach to generate Serpina3n floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with long single-stranded DNA (lssDNA) composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups (#1–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. Asterisks indicate pups used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. c Representative examples of the targeted Serpina3n loci generated by the microinjection of two gRNA (gRNA-1 and gRNA-2), Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into B6 mouse zygotes (Additional file 3 : Figure S3)

    Journal: BMC Genomics

    Article Title: CLICK: one-step generation of conditional knockout mice

    doi: 10.1186/s12864-018-4713-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Mouse floxed alleles generated by microinjection of two gRNA, Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into zygotes. a An approach to generate Serpina3n floxed alleles using the CRISPR/Cas system with long single-stranded DNA (lssDNA) composed of the targeted exon flanked by two loxP sites (Additional file 2 : Figure S2). b PCR analysis of representative delivered mouse pups (#1–15) showing different types of mutations, indels, LD, and floxed alleles (black arrow) at the targeted Serpina3n locus. The primer sets (‘small’ in Additional file 2 : Figure S2) were used for PCR and sequence analysis. Asterisks indicate pups used for testing germline transmission (Additional file 15 : Table S1). M: 100 bp DNA ladder marker. c Representative examples of the targeted Serpina3n loci generated by the microinjection of two gRNA (gRNA-1 and gRNA-2), Cas9 mRNA and lssDNA into B6 mouse zygotes (Additional file 3 : Figure S3)

    Article Snippet: Bands corresponding to a single-strand DNA fragment were extracted using NucleoSpin® Gel and PCR Clean-up (Takara Bio, Shiga, Japan).

    Techniques: Generated, CRISPR, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Sequencing, Transmission Assay, Marker