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    Millipore jumpstart taq dna polymerse
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    Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted <t>DNA</t> or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including <t>Taq</t> polymerase) varied from run to run.
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    (A) The suggested effects of PtNPs on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is based on binding of PtNPs to the <t>Taq</t> <t>DNA</t> polymerase, which leads to ceasing of PCR, (B) whereas CisPt primarily intercalates in DNA structure and stops PCR by this way. The gel electrophoregrams of PCR product mixture with particular concentration of (C) PtNPs (0.04–4 200 ng/mL of Pt) and (D) CisPt (0.04–42 000 ng/mL of Pt). (E) DNA denaturation temperature affected by the 0–200 μg/mL of Pt derivatives. Fluorescence of labelled nucleotides of DNA fragment after sequencing, which was influenced by (F) 0–20 μg/mL of PtNPs and (G) 0–0.33 μg/mL of CisPt. For all measurement n = 3.
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    Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted <t>DNA</t> or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including <t>Taq</t> polymerase) varied from run to run.
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    Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted DNA or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including Taq polymerase) varied from run to run.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: The Characterization of Novel Tissue Microbiota Using an Optimized 16S Metagenomic Sequencing Pipeline

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0142334

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted DNA or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including Taq polymerase) varied from run to run.

    Article Snippet: This PCR was performed using 2 U of a DNA-free Taq DNA Polymerase and 1x Taq DNA polymerase buffer (MTP Taq DNA Polymerase, Sigma).

    Techniques: Sequencing, Mouse Assay

    (A) The suggested effects of PtNPs on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is based on binding of PtNPs to the Taq DNA polymerase, which leads to ceasing of PCR, (B) whereas CisPt primarily intercalates in DNA structure and stops PCR by this way. The gel electrophoregrams of PCR product mixture with particular concentration of (C) PtNPs (0.04–4 200 ng/mL of Pt) and (D) CisPt (0.04–42 000 ng/mL of Pt). (E) DNA denaturation temperature affected by the 0–200 μg/mL of Pt derivatives. Fluorescence of labelled nucleotides of DNA fragment after sequencing, which was influenced by (F) 0–20 μg/mL of PtNPs and (G) 0–0.33 μg/mL of CisPt. For all measurement n = 3.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: Platinum nanoparticles induce damage to DNA and inhibit DNA replication

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0180798

    Figure Lengend Snippet: (A) The suggested effects of PtNPs on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is based on binding of PtNPs to the Taq DNA polymerase, which leads to ceasing of PCR, (B) whereas CisPt primarily intercalates in DNA structure and stops PCR by this way. The gel electrophoregrams of PCR product mixture with particular concentration of (C) PtNPs (0.04–4 200 ng/mL of Pt) and (D) CisPt (0.04–42 000 ng/mL of Pt). (E) DNA denaturation temperature affected by the 0–200 μg/mL of Pt derivatives. Fluorescence of labelled nucleotides of DNA fragment after sequencing, which was influenced by (F) 0–20 μg/mL of PtNPs and (G) 0–0.33 μg/mL of CisPt. For all measurement n = 3.

    Article Snippet: The volume of the reaction mixture was 25 μL, which was composed of 2.5 μL of 10× standard Taq reaction buffer, 0.5 μL of 1 mM deoxynucleotide solution, 0.5 μL of each of the primers (10 μM), 0.125 μL of Taq DNA polymerase; selected volume of water or drugs diluted with water (sterile, ACS purity, Sigma-Aldrich) and 0.5 μL of bacteriophage λ DNA.

    Techniques: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Binding Assay, Concentration Assay, Fluorescence, Sequencing

    Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted DNA or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including Taq polymerase) varied from run to run.

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    Article Title: The Characterization of Novel Tissue Microbiota Using an Optimized 16S Metagenomic Sequencing Pipeline

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0142334

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Replicability and reproducibility. (a) Stacked bar charts showing the actual relative abundance of bacterial families in the staggered and even BEI genomic mock communities and the measured relative abundance in triplicates of the families obtained with the MiSeq sequencing pipeline. (b) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of triplicates of fecal samples and ileum mucosa samples collected from three different mice (Sample 1, 2 and 3). (c) Stacked bar charts showing the relative abundance of bacterial families obtained by sequencing of three samples of mouse ileum mucosa in six to seven runs each with different parameters described in the legend at the bottom left: different runs, new libraries from same extracted DNA or the same libraries already prepared, different MiSeq kit generation and different sequencers. Two different experimenters performed the different runs and reagent batch numbers (including Taq polymerase) varied from run to run.

    Article Snippet: This PCR was performed using 2 U of a DNA-free Taq DNA Polymerase and 1x Taq DNA polymerase buffer (MTP Taq DNA Polymerase, Sigma).

    Techniques: Sequencing, Mouse Assay

    gfat1-2 pollen is defective in the polar deposition of cell wall materials. (A) Schematic representation of AtGFAT1 genomic DNA and three sites of T-DNA insertion. Boxes represent exons and lines represent introns. LBb1 and three primer pairs, P1–P2, P3–P4, and P5–P6, were used to identify gfat1-1 , gfat1-2 , and gfat1-3 alleles, respectively. (B) The frequency of pollen quartets from qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 and qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 gfat1-2/+ mutant plants bearing zero to four pollen tubes after 16 h incubation. Values represent the means ±standard error (SE) from three independent repeats ( n ≥100 per repeat). Pollen quartets from qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 and qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 gfat1-2/+ plants were stained with calcofluor white (C) or with ruthenium red (D). Scale bars: 20 µm (C, D). Pollen grains showing polar deposition of callose and pectin are indicated with arrowheads.

    Journal: Journal of Experimental Botany

    Article Title: Deficiency of AtGFAT1 activity impairs growth, pollen germination and tolerance to tunicamycin in Arabidopsis

    doi: 10.1093/jxb/erz055

    Figure Lengend Snippet: gfat1-2 pollen is defective in the polar deposition of cell wall materials. (A) Schematic representation of AtGFAT1 genomic DNA and three sites of T-DNA insertion. Boxes represent exons and lines represent introns. LBb1 and three primer pairs, P1–P2, P3–P4, and P5–P6, were used to identify gfat1-1 , gfat1-2 , and gfat1-3 alleles, respectively. (B) The frequency of pollen quartets from qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 and qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 gfat1-2/+ mutant plants bearing zero to four pollen tubes after 16 h incubation. Values represent the means ±standard error (SE) from three independent repeats ( n ≥100 per repeat). Pollen quartets from qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 and qrt1-4 / qrt1-4 gfat1-2/+ plants were stained with calcofluor white (C) or with ruthenium red (D). Scale bars: 20 µm (C, D). Pollen grains showing polar deposition of callose and pectin are indicated with arrowheads.

    Article Snippet: A 1 µl aliquot of the reverse transcribed reaction was used as a template for PCR with RED Taq DNA polymerase (Sigma-Aldrich, St Louis, MO, USA).

    Techniques: Mutagenesis, Incubation, Staining