Quantified the completed libraries using the Qubit 3.0 dsDNA BR Kit (ThermoFisher).
Evaluated the DNA with the Bioanalyzer 2100 (Agilent) using the DNA 12000 assay. Illumina recommended using the High Sensitivity assay, but we don’t have access to that so I figured I’d just give the DNA 12000 assay a go.
Library Quantification (Google Sheet): 20151221_quantification_illumina_methylation_libraries
|Test Name||Concentration (ng/μL)
|1NF11||Out of range|
|2NF6||Out of range|
|M2||Out of range|
|NF2_18||Out of range|
I used the Qubit’s BR (broad range) kit because I wasn’t sure what concentrations to expect. I need to use the high sensitivity kit to get a better evaluation of all the samples’ concentrations.
Bioanalyzer Data File (Bioanalyzer 2100): 2100_20expert_DNA_2012000_DE72902486_2015-12-21_16-58-43.xad
Ha! Well, looks like you definitely need to use the DNA High Sensitivty assay for the Bioanalyzer to pick up anything. Although, I guess you can see a slight hump in most of the samples at the appropriate sizes (~300bp); you just have to squint.