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qPCR – RLOv DNA Helicase 2010 Water Filter DNA

Since we have a working qPCR for detecting the withering syndrome bacteriophage (RLOv), Carolyn wanted to see how detection/quantification compared to withering syndrome detection/quantification on water samples collected from various farms and the nearest wild abalone site.

DNA samples used were extractions from water filters collected for the Ab Endo Project in 2010.

Ran qPCR using the RLOv DNA helicase standard curve from 20151106.

All samples were run in duplicate.

Master mix calcs are here (Google Sheet): 20151228 – qPCR RLOv 2010 H2O Filters

Plate layout, cycling params, etc. can be found in the qPCR Report (see Results below).

qPCR LABEL FULL DESCRIPTION FARM/WILD SITE NEAREST FARM/WILD SITE
painted-SCI_B Painted Cave SCI B Wild The Cultured Abalone
painted-SCI_A Painted Cave SCI A Wild The Cultured Abalone
prison-SCI_B Prisoner’s SCI B Wild The Cultured Abalone
prison-SCI_A Prisoner’s SCI A Wild The Cultured Abalone
TCA_out_East_A The Cultured Abalone Outfall East A Farm Santa Cruz Islands
TCA_out_East_B The Cultured Abalone Outfall East B Farm Santa Cruz Islands
TCA_out_West_A The Cultured Abalone Outfall West A Farm Santa Cruz Islands
TCA_out_West_B The Cultured Abalone Outfall West B Farm Santa Cruz Islands
TAF_ND_A1 The Abalone Farm North Drain A1 Farm Pt. Sierra Nevada/Rancho Marina
TAF_SD_A1 The Abalone Farm South Drain A1 Farm Pt. Sierra Nevada/Rancho Marina
TAF_SD_A2 The Abalone Farm South Drain A2 Farm Pt. Sierra Nevada/Rancho Marina
RM_A Rancho Marina A Wild The Abalone Farm
RM_B Rancho Marina B Wild The Abalone Farm
AmA_Drain_A1 American Abalone Drain A1 Farm Carmel
AmA_Drain_A2 American Abalone Drain A2 Farm Carmel
AmA_Drain_B1 American Abalone Drain B1 Farm Carmel
AmA_Drain_B2 American Abalone Drain B2 Farm Carmel
PSN_0M_A Pt. Sierra Nevada 0M A Wild The Abalone Farm
PSN_0M_B Pt. Sierra Nevada 0M B Wild The Abalone Farm
CP_0M_A1 Carmel 0M A1 Wild American Abalone
CP_0M_B Carmel 0M B Wild American Abalone
CP_0M_A Carmel 0M A Wild American Abalone

Results:
qPCR Report (PDF): Sam_2015-12-28 11-20-16_CC009827.pdf
qPCR Data File (CFX96): Sam_2015-12-28 11-20-16_CC009827.pcrd

Overall, data looks good. Will enter copy numbers into the Ab Endo master sheet for later analysis (Google Sheet): Ab Endo Samples

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qPCR – Withering Syndrome qPCR Assay Sample Checks

Ran qPCR on water filter samples isolated on 20120127 in an attempt to find water samples that have a higher copy number than Nate’s existing samples for use in the withering syndrome qPCR assay validation.

Plate layout, cycling params, etc can be found in the qPCR Report (see Results).

Standard curve was the p16RK7 NcoI-linearized curve made on 20120730.

Baseline threshold was set to 400 and cycles to analyze was set to 41.

Results:

qPCR Data File (CFX96):Sam_2012-10-17 15-49-02_CC009827.pcrd

qPCR Report (PDF):Sam_2012-10-17 15-49-02_CC009827.pdf

Everything looked good. Will use sample TAF SD A2 as the high copy number water sample for the withering syndrome qPCR assay.

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qPCR – Water Filter Extactions from 20120126

Performed qPCR with WSN1 primer/probe set on the test water filter extractions from 20120126. Master mix calcs are here. Plate layout, cycling params, etc can be found in the qPCR Report (see Results). Standards used were Nate’s old standards (no date on tubes/box), as provided by Lisa. The standards are simply labeled as 2x, 3x, 4x, etc. down to 8x. All reactions were run in duplicate.

Results:

qPCR Data File (CFX)

qPCR Report (PDF)

The samples analyzed in this qPCR were from The Abalone Farm (TAF), The Cultured Abalone (TCA), and American Abalone (AmA) all at 0 meters (0M), outfall, or drain.

All samples analyzed produced a signal except the American Abalone 0M samples. The Abalone Farm South Drain (SD) samples came up the earliest at ~30 Cq, which corresponds to ~the 5x standard.

These results confirm that the assay is viable for detection of Withering Syndrome from water filter DNA extractions. Will proceed with extracting and qPCR the remaining filters.

Additionally, the standard curve is almost spot on the same as the last time it was run (see 20111221).

UPDATED 20121024 – Modified data file (and subsequently the qPCR Report) to have a baseline threshold of 400 and cycles to analyze 41 to match existing conditions used for the withering syndrome qPCR assay validation.

UPDATE 20140204 – Updated the Ab Endo spreadsheet when Lisa was doing some data analysis and realized that the data she had was much different than what was expected, based on the copy numbers I had entered into the spreadsheet. Turns out, after I updated the baseline threshold on 20121024, I had neglected to update the data in the Ab Endo spreadsheet. That data has now been entered.

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