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This animation depicts the CRISPR-Cas9 method for genome editing – a powerful new technology with many applications in biomedical research, including the potential to treat human genetic disease. Feng Zhang, a leader in the development of this technology, is a faculty member at MIT, an investigator at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research, and a core member of the Broad Institute. Further information can be found on Prof. Zhang’s website at http://zlab.mit.edu . Images and footage courtesy of Sputnik Animation, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Justin Knight and pond5.
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Nanotechnology is one of the most exciting and fast-moving areas of science today. In the food area, researchers are working with nanotechnology to create novel products that may be of benefit to health and diets. What are their possible applications? Is it safe? Watch our new video to get some answers. Subtitles are available in English, French, German and Italian. For more on this topic visit: https://goo.gl/esrC2u Photo credit: *Sea Spray**Dr. Joe Patterson* *The Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE) https://caice.ucsd.edu/ *J. P. Patterson et al., Sea Spray Aerosol Structure and Composition Using Cryogenic Transmission Electron Microscopy. ACS Cent Sci 2, 40 (Jan 27, 2016).*
Submit your real-time PCR questions at http://www.lifetechnologies.com/asktaqman Just how does TaqMan work? Sr. Field Applications Specialist Doug Rains explores the specific mechanism by which TaqMan® achieves its unparalleled specificity and sensitivity. Around the world, researchers rely on TaqMan® for gene expression, SNP gentoyping , protein expression, pathogen detection and quantification, and more. For many years, TaqMan has been the gold-standard chemistry for real-time PCR. It's famed for its unparalleled specificity, sensitivity, and ease of use. So it's not surprising that users want to know what Shrikant at ICL College in India asked recently: namely, "How does TaqMan work?" I'm glad you asked. Just like any PCR, TaqMan-based reactions require a double-stranded template, as well as two fairly standard, target-specific primers. But unlike those used in regular PCR, TaqMan Assays require a third, sequence-specific oligo called a probe. TaqMan probes are quite different from the primers in two ways. First, they can't be extended by our friendly enzyme, Taq Polymerase, since they lack a free hydroxyl group. What's more, TaqMan probes are covalently joined to two other molecules. On the 5'-end, there's a fluorescent molecule known as the reporter -- called that because it reports signal to us as we generate more and more product. On the 3'-end is a molecule known as the quencher, which quenches the fluorescent signal from the reporter under certain circumstances. Let's see what those circumstances are. Here we're looking at an intact probe, with the reporter in green, the quencher in red. Normally, when we zap the probe with light, we expect the reporter to get excited and fluoresce. But because the quencher is in close proximity to the reporter, instead what happens is, the energy gets transferred from reporter to quencher. The transfer of energy is known as FRET, or Fluorescent Resonance Energy Transfer. The important thing to note here is that, as long as the probe remains intact, there is no permanent increase in fluorescent signal from the reporter. However, if the reporter and quencher are permanently separated during the reaction, and then light strikes the reaction, the Reporter does in fact fluoresce, producing signal the instrument can detect. The basic idea, then, is this: each time we create a new PCR amplicon, we want to permanently split the reporter and quencher. By doing so, florescence will always increase proportionally with product, allowing us to effectively monitor what's happening to our reactions throughout the run. Here it is in action. We begin our reactions (CLICK) by denaturing our template at a high temperature. As we lower the temperature, our probe and primers bind. Taq now comes in, finds the primers, and begins the extension phase of PCR by creating new complementary strands of DNA. But wait a second: there's a probe sitting in the way. It's a showdown in the making! What will the polymerase do? Stop in its tracks? Turn back in fear? Nay, friends, not Taq Polymerase. You see, our enzyme has what's referred to as "exonuclease activity." Meaning? It pretty much eats DNA for lunch. So when Taq reaches the probe, it simply chews it to bits on its way to creating new amplicon. As a result, the reporter and quencher are physically separated, creating a permanent increase in fluorescence that, not coincidentally, perfectly accords with our doubling of product. And, of course, that our real-time instrument can monitor and record this increase in fluorescence after each cycle, generating an amplification plot that's more than a little useful for interpreting our data.
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