Haplotype-Fusion PCR Protocol Developed PCR-based single molecule haplotyping methods that enable both surveys for novel inversion variants, and population-scale genotyping of known inversions
PCR Genotyping from Tail DNA Protocol Protocol for PCR genotyping from tail DNA. This protocol works well for a variety of genes and primer pairs including Tg and KO alleles. Oligonucleotide melting temperatures between 60° and 65° seem to work well.
PCR Genotyping Primer Pairs Protocols Primer pairs will amplify sequences present as a single copy in the mouse genome with the Universal Genotyping Protocol. Includes: b-Galactosidase (LacZ); cre-recombinase; CFP; diphtheria toxin; dsRED; Fabpi-200; Fabpi-500; flp recombinase; GFP/BFP/YFP; human growth hormone (complete); human growth hormone (transcriptional stop); luciferase (click-beetle); luciferase (firefly); neomycin phosphotransferase; SRY (male-specific); tTA (tet-on).
PCR-Based Technologies Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms (AFLPs) Using molecular marker technology in studies on plant genetic diversity. DNA-based technologies: PCR-based technologies
Amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs. Includes: AFLP technology, step by step; DNA digestion and ligation; PCRs and detection; Summarising the technology.
Practical PCR Genotyping Protocols for Plasmodium vivax using Pvcs and Pvmsp1 Plasmodium vivax is the second most prevalent malaria parasite affecting more than 75 million people each year, mostly in South America and Asia. In addition to major morbidity this parasite is associated with relapses and a reduction in birthweight. Practical PCR genotyping protocols based on polymorphic loci present in two P. vivax genetic markers.
Universal Mouse Genotyping Protocol This protocol is designed to detect sequences in the murine genome by polymerase chain reaction amplification, and is adapted from Stratman and Simon (Transgenic Res. 12, 521-522 (2003)).For those familiar with PCR genotyping, this method differs from the typical protocol by utilizing a unique enzyme (Klentaq), 30mer primers, and a 68° annealing temperature.