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    Integrated DNA Technologies standard desalted ultramer oligonucleotides
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    Illumina Inc multiplex oligos
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    Performance of NGS Technology. ( a ) Bioinformatic pipeline for analysis of individual reads acquired from multiplex sequencing on an Ion Torrent 318 chip. ( b ) Number of reads assigned to each <t>barcode</t> in control DNA mixtures. ( c ) Number of reads assigned to each barcode in field-collected parasites. Coverage map across amplicon for pf-csp ( d ), pf-ama1 ( e ), and pf-k13 ( f , g ). False discovery rates at varying minor allele frequencies for reads from each gene target.
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    Millipore dsdna oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Illumina Inc illumina multiplexing oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    New England Biolabs multiplex oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    New England Biolabs multiplex oligos kit
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Illumina Inc multiplex oligos kit
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Illumina Inc ngs multiplex oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Integrated DNA Technologies oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    New England Biolabs nebnext multiplex oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    New England Biolabs nebnext multiple oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Integrated DNA Technologies multiplexed target enrichment oligonucleotides
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Illumina Inc pcr multiplexing oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Thermo Fisher oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    New England Biolabs dual index nebnext multiplex oligos
    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
    Dual Index Nebnext Multiplex Oligos, supplied by New England Biolabs, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 94/100, based on 47 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold <t>dsDNA</t> <t>oligos.</t> Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.
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    Performance of NGS Technology. ( a ) Bioinformatic pipeline for analysis of individual reads acquired from multiplex sequencing on an Ion Torrent 318 chip. ( b ) Number of reads assigned to each barcode in control DNA mixtures. ( c ) Number of reads assigned to each barcode in field-collected parasites. Coverage map across amplicon for pf-csp ( d ), pf-ama1 ( e ), and pf-k13 ( f , g ). False discovery rates at varying minor allele frequencies for reads from each gene target.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Overlap Extension Barcoding for the Next Generation Sequencing and Genotyping of Plasmodium falciparum in Individual Patients in Western Kenya

    doi: 10.1038/srep41108

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Performance of NGS Technology. ( a ) Bioinformatic pipeline for analysis of individual reads acquired from multiplex sequencing on an Ion Torrent 318 chip. ( b ) Number of reads assigned to each barcode in control DNA mixtures. ( c ) Number of reads assigned to each barcode in field-collected parasites. Coverage map across amplicon for pf-csp ( d ), pf-ama1 ( e ), and pf-k13 ( f , g ). False discovery rates at varying minor allele frequencies for reads from each gene target.

    Article Snippet: The final set of primers were designed to amplify the full length library consisting of the barcode oligonucleotides (IonTorrent Adaptor A-Barcode-Linker) and the gene target amplicons (Linker-Amplicon-TrP1) using the products of Step 1A and Step 1B as template.

    Techniques: Next-Generation Sequencing, Multiplex Assay, Sequencing, Chromatin Immunoprecipitation, Amplification

    ( a ) Workflow for preparation of individually identifiable sequence data from dried blood spots. ( b ) PCR Schema to append unique barcode oligonucleotides to multiplexed gene-target amplicons.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Overlap Extension Barcoding for the Next Generation Sequencing and Genotyping of Plasmodium falciparum in Individual Patients in Western Kenya

    doi: 10.1038/srep41108

    Figure Lengend Snippet: ( a ) Workflow for preparation of individually identifiable sequence data from dried blood spots. ( b ) PCR Schema to append unique barcode oligonucleotides to multiplexed gene-target amplicons.

    Article Snippet: The final set of primers were designed to amplify the full length library consisting of the barcode oligonucleotides (IonTorrent Adaptor A-Barcode-Linker) and the gene target amplicons (Linker-Amplicon-TrP1) using the products of Step 1A and Step 1B as template.

    Techniques: Sequencing, Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Haplotypes present in clinical infection samples. ( a ) Number of unique pf-csp haplotypes contained in field-collected sample DNA by individual, sorted by barcode number. ( b ) Number of individuals bearing each pf-csp haplotype. ( c ) Distribution of pf-csp haplotypes among field-collected sample DNA. Each color indicates a different haplotype. ( d ) MOI values segregated based upon symptomaticity. ( e ) MOI values segregated based upon sampling date.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Overlap Extension Barcoding for the Next Generation Sequencing and Genotyping of Plasmodium falciparum in Individual Patients in Western Kenya

    doi: 10.1038/srep41108

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Haplotypes present in clinical infection samples. ( a ) Number of unique pf-csp haplotypes contained in field-collected sample DNA by individual, sorted by barcode number. ( b ) Number of individuals bearing each pf-csp haplotype. ( c ) Distribution of pf-csp haplotypes among field-collected sample DNA. Each color indicates a different haplotype. ( d ) MOI values segregated based upon symptomaticity. ( e ) MOI values segregated based upon sampling date.

    Article Snippet: The final set of primers were designed to amplify the full length library consisting of the barcode oligonucleotides (IonTorrent Adaptor A-Barcode-Linker) and the gene target amplicons (Linker-Amplicon-TrP1) using the products of Step 1A and Step 1B as template.

    Techniques: Infection, Sampling

    Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold dsDNA oligos. Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: In situ imaging and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gnh164

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Correlative light and electron spectroscopic imaging (LM/ESI) of SK-N-SH cells expressing LacI-tagged SC35 using fluorogold dsDNA oligos. Detection of nuclear speckles (arrow) via the Cy3 fluorophore ( A , left panel), and confirmation of gold conjugation to the dsDNA oligo through silver enhancement (A, right panel). Untransfected cells (arrowhead) contain background levels of silver deposition. Scale bar = 200 nm. ( B ) Overlay of fluorescence and low magnification ESI micrographs collected at 155 eV. With two rounds of the silver enhancement using a LM enhancement kit (B, left panel), the silver particles are visible as bright spots. The right panel is an overlay image of a nucleus containing EM-enhanced gold. Scale bar = 2 μm. An area corresponding to an IGC, as defined by a box in the left panel is analysed at high resolution, and maps of phosphorus ( C , red panel) and nitrogen (C, green panel) show the ultrastructure of the IGC region, which is low in phosphorus content and contains protein-based fibrous structures. The fluorogold oligo localization is indicated with silver-enhanced gold particles false-coloured in white. The composite map ( D , left panel) illustrates the position of the IGC relative to chromatin (Ch, yellow) and the nucleolus (Nu, yellow-green). The silver particles in the interior of the IGC are labelled with arrowheads, whereas those proximal to the neighbouring chromatin are indicated by arrows. The composite map (D, right panel) of the EM-enhanced nucleus (B, right panel) contains smaller but uniform silver particles, as indicated by the arrows and arrowheads. Scale bar = 5 μm.

    Article Snippet: For construction of functionalized dsDNA oligos recognized by LacI, two 41 bp single-stranded oligonucleotides were constructed encoding the symmetrical Lac operator 19 bp core sequence O-Sym ( ): O-Sym-1 (* gcgtgtgccagaattgtgagcgctcacaatttcttgaatct) and O-Sym-2 (* agattcaagaaattgtgagcgctcacaattctggctcacgc); where * represents a 5′ modification with either biotin, Cy3 or a disulfide group linked via a (CH2 )6 spacer (Sigma).

    Techniques: Imaging, Expressing, Conjugation Assay, Fluorescence

    Isolation of LacI-tagged SC35 from human SK-N-SH cells using dsDNA oligonucleotides. Total cellular lysates and isolated protein (PI) lysates were prepared from SK-N-SH cells transiently expressing LacI or LacI-tagged SC35. The protein isolation of LacI and LacI-tagged SC35 from PI-lysates was carried out using streptavidin beads pre-incubated with biotinylated dsDNA oligo specific for LacI (O-Sym). Western analysis of total cellular lysate (1), PI lysate (2), protein isolated by dsDNA oligos (oligo-PI) (3), and mock oligo-PI (4) from LacI–SC35 expressing cells, or PI lysate were generated from LacI expressing cells. Proteins were detected using either anti-Flag ( A ) or anti-SR protein (mAb 104) ( B ) antibodies. In addition, a Coomassie stained SDS–PAGE gel is shown as a qualitative comparison of dsDNA oligo PI versus immunopreciptiation (IP) using an anti-Flag antibody ( C ). In panel C: lane M, protein molecular weight marker; lane 1, 40 μg of total lysate; lane 2, oligo-PI; lane 3, Mock oligo-PI; and lane 4, anti-Flag IP. The asterisk marks the position of co-purifying immunoglobulin (i.e. heavy chain is shown) in the Flag-IP. The black arrows indicate the position of LacI–SC35 in panels B,C. Approximately 250–500 μg or 500–1000 μg of total protein lysate was used for western or Coomassie SDS–PAGE analysis, respectively.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: In situ imaging and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gnh164

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Isolation of LacI-tagged SC35 from human SK-N-SH cells using dsDNA oligonucleotides. Total cellular lysates and isolated protein (PI) lysates were prepared from SK-N-SH cells transiently expressing LacI or LacI-tagged SC35. The protein isolation of LacI and LacI-tagged SC35 from PI-lysates was carried out using streptavidin beads pre-incubated with biotinylated dsDNA oligo specific for LacI (O-Sym). Western analysis of total cellular lysate (1), PI lysate (2), protein isolated by dsDNA oligos (oligo-PI) (3), and mock oligo-PI (4) from LacI–SC35 expressing cells, or PI lysate were generated from LacI expressing cells. Proteins were detected using either anti-Flag ( A ) or anti-SR protein (mAb 104) ( B ) antibodies. In addition, a Coomassie stained SDS–PAGE gel is shown as a qualitative comparison of dsDNA oligo PI versus immunopreciptiation (IP) using an anti-Flag antibody ( C ). In panel C: lane M, protein molecular weight marker; lane 1, 40 μg of total lysate; lane 2, oligo-PI; lane 3, Mock oligo-PI; and lane 4, anti-Flag IP. The asterisk marks the position of co-purifying immunoglobulin (i.e. heavy chain is shown) in the Flag-IP. The black arrows indicate the position of LacI–SC35 in panels B,C. Approximately 250–500 μg or 500–1000 μg of total protein lysate was used for western or Coomassie SDS–PAGE analysis, respectively.

    Article Snippet: For construction of functionalized dsDNA oligos recognized by LacI, two 41 bp single-stranded oligonucleotides were constructed encoding the symmetrical Lac operator 19 bp core sequence O-Sym ( ): O-Sym-1 (* gcgtgtgccagaattgtgagcgctcacaatttcttgaatct) and O-Sym-2 (* agattcaagaaattgtgagcgctcacaattctggctcacgc); where * represents a 5′ modification with either biotin, Cy3 or a disulfide group linked via a (CH2 )6 spacer (Sigma).

    Techniques: Isolation, Expressing, Incubation, Western Blot, Generated, Staining, SDS Page, Molecular Weight, Marker

    In situ detection and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides. ( A ) Detection of proteins in situ using dsDNA oligos. Cells grown on slides are fixed and hybridized with fluorescently labelled dsDNA oligos (red or green) that can detect the presence of proteins fused to either LacI (1) or TetR (2). The fluorescent dsDNA oligos corresponding to the operator sequences for LacI or TetR (green or red, respectively) bind each bacterial fusion protein specifically without cross hybridizing resulting in the sub-nuclear localization of the tagged proteins by light microscopy. ( B ) Isolation and detection of proteins in vitro using dsDNA oligos. Streptavidin-sepharose beads (S) are sequentially incubated with biotinylated dsDNA oligos representing the operator sequences for LacI followed by incubation with a cell lysate containing LacI fused to a protein of interest (1). After binding the beads are washed and the resulting purified LacI-fusion protein can be observed by SDS–PAGE. M, marker, IN, input lysate, PI, isolated protein.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: In situ imaging and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gnh164

    Figure Lengend Snippet: In situ detection and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides. ( A ) Detection of proteins in situ using dsDNA oligos. Cells grown on slides are fixed and hybridized with fluorescently labelled dsDNA oligos (red or green) that can detect the presence of proteins fused to either LacI (1) or TetR (2). The fluorescent dsDNA oligos corresponding to the operator sequences for LacI or TetR (green or red, respectively) bind each bacterial fusion protein specifically without cross hybridizing resulting in the sub-nuclear localization of the tagged proteins by light microscopy. ( B ) Isolation and detection of proteins in vitro using dsDNA oligos. Streptavidin-sepharose beads (S) are sequentially incubated with biotinylated dsDNA oligos representing the operator sequences for LacI followed by incubation with a cell lysate containing LacI fused to a protein of interest (1). After binding the beads are washed and the resulting purified LacI-fusion protein can be observed by SDS–PAGE. M, marker, IN, input lysate, PI, isolated protein.

    Article Snippet: For construction of functionalized dsDNA oligos recognized by LacI, two 41 bp single-stranded oligonucleotides were constructed encoding the symmetrical Lac operator 19 bp core sequence O-Sym ( ): O-Sym-1 (* gcgtgtgccagaattgtgagcgctcacaatttcttgaatct) and O-Sym-2 (* agattcaagaaattgtgagcgctcacaattctggctcacgc); where * represents a 5′ modification with either biotin, Cy3 or a disulfide group linked via a (CH2 )6 spacer (Sigma).

    Techniques: In Situ, Isolation, Light Microscopy, In Vitro, Incubation, Binding Assay, Purification, SDS Page, Marker

    In situ localization of SC35 and PML in human SK-N-SH cells using dsDNA oligonucleotides. ( A ) Localization of the LacI-tagged SC35 in paraformaldehyde fixed cells transfected with pGD-Flag-Lac-SC35 using the anti-Flag antibody M2 (Flag, red) or ( B ) with a Cy3-labelled dsDNA oligo (O-Sym, red) specific for LacI. PRP4 kinase was also localized as an endogenous marker for splicing speckles by antibody detection (PRP4K, green). Positive co-localization between PRP4K and LacI-tagged SC35 is demonstrated by a yellow signal in the merged images. The localization of the LacI–SC35 fusion protein was observed only in transfected cells (see B, O-Sym) and showed complete co-localization with PRP4 kinase (PRP4K, green) in nuclear speckles. ( C ) Localization of the TetR-tagged PML in paraformaldehyde fixed cells transfected with pGD-HA-TET-PML using the anti-HA (HA, red) or ( D ) with a Cy5-labelled dsDNA oligo (TET-O, red) specific for TetR. Endogenous PML was also localized as a marker for PML nuclear bodies antibody detection (PML, green). Positive co-localization between PML and TetR-tagged PML is demonstrated by a yellow signal in the merged images. The localization of the TetR–PML fusion protein was observed only in transfected cells (see C, TET-O) and showed complete co-localization with PML (PML, green) in PML nuclear bodies. ( E ) Multiple detection and localization of LacI–SC35 and TetR–PML in cells transfected with pGD-HA-TET-PML and pGD-Flag-Lac338-Sc35. Localization of LacI–SC35 and TetR–PML was accomplished using Cy3-labelled O-Sym or Cy5-labelled TET-O dsDNA oligos, respectively. TetR–PML and LacI–SC35 do not co-localize [separate red and green signals (respectively) in merged image], thus demonstrating the utility of dsDNA oligos for the multiplex detection of proteins in situ . DNA was counterstained with DAPI (blue in merged images). Scale bars = 5 μm.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: In situ imaging and isolation of proteins using dsDNA oligonucleotides

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gnh164

    Figure Lengend Snippet: In situ localization of SC35 and PML in human SK-N-SH cells using dsDNA oligonucleotides. ( A ) Localization of the LacI-tagged SC35 in paraformaldehyde fixed cells transfected with pGD-Flag-Lac-SC35 using the anti-Flag antibody M2 (Flag, red) or ( B ) with a Cy3-labelled dsDNA oligo (O-Sym, red) specific for LacI. PRP4 kinase was also localized as an endogenous marker for splicing speckles by antibody detection (PRP4K, green). Positive co-localization between PRP4K and LacI-tagged SC35 is demonstrated by a yellow signal in the merged images. The localization of the LacI–SC35 fusion protein was observed only in transfected cells (see B, O-Sym) and showed complete co-localization with PRP4 kinase (PRP4K, green) in nuclear speckles. ( C ) Localization of the TetR-tagged PML in paraformaldehyde fixed cells transfected with pGD-HA-TET-PML using the anti-HA (HA, red) or ( D ) with a Cy5-labelled dsDNA oligo (TET-O, red) specific for TetR. Endogenous PML was also localized as a marker for PML nuclear bodies antibody detection (PML, green). Positive co-localization between PML and TetR-tagged PML is demonstrated by a yellow signal in the merged images. The localization of the TetR–PML fusion protein was observed only in transfected cells (see C, TET-O) and showed complete co-localization with PML (PML, green) in PML nuclear bodies. ( E ) Multiple detection and localization of LacI–SC35 and TetR–PML in cells transfected with pGD-HA-TET-PML and pGD-Flag-Lac338-Sc35. Localization of LacI–SC35 and TetR–PML was accomplished using Cy3-labelled O-Sym or Cy5-labelled TET-O dsDNA oligos, respectively. TetR–PML and LacI–SC35 do not co-localize [separate red and green signals (respectively) in merged image], thus demonstrating the utility of dsDNA oligos for the multiplex detection of proteins in situ . DNA was counterstained with DAPI (blue in merged images). Scale bars = 5 μm.

    Article Snippet: For construction of functionalized dsDNA oligos recognized by LacI, two 41 bp single-stranded oligonucleotides were constructed encoding the symmetrical Lac operator 19 bp core sequence O-Sym ( ): O-Sym-1 (* gcgtgtgccagaattgtgagcgctcacaatttcttgaatct) and O-Sym-2 (* agattcaagaaattgtgagcgctcacaattctggctcacgc); where * represents a 5′ modification with either biotin, Cy3 or a disulfide group linked via a (CH2 )6 spacer (Sigma).

    Techniques: In Situ, Transfection, Marker, Multiplex Assay