An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples

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An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples. / Bag, Satyabrata; Saha, Bipasa; Mehta, Ojasvi; Anbumani, D; Kumar, Naveen; Dayal, Mayanka; Pant, Archana; Kumar, Pawan; Saxena, Shruti; Allin, Kristine H; Hansen, Torben; Arumugam, Manimozhiyan; Vestergaard, Henrik; Pedersen, Oluf; Pereira, Verima; Abraham, Philip; Tripathi, Reva; Wadhwa, Nitya; Bhatnagar, Shinjini; Prakash, Visvanathan Gnana; Radha, Venkatesan; Anjana, R M; Mohan, V; Takeda, Kiyoshi; Kurakawa, Takashi; Nair, G Balakrish; Das, Bhabatosh.

In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, 26775, 2016.

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Bag, S, Saha, B, Mehta, O, Anbumani, D, Kumar, N, Dayal, M, Pant, A, Kumar, P, Saxena, S, Allin, KH, Hansen, T, Arumugam, M, Vestergaard, H, Pedersen, O, Pereira, V, Abraham, P, Tripathi, R, Wadhwa, N, Bhatnagar, S, Prakash, VG, Radha, V, Anjana, RM, Mohan, V, Takeda, K, Kurakawa, T, Nair, GB & Das, B 2016, 'An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples', Scientific Reports, vol. 6, 26775. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep26775

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Bag, S., Saha, B., Mehta, O., Anbumani, D., Kumar, N., Dayal, M., ... Das, B. (2016). An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples. Scientific Reports, 6, [26775]. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep26775

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Bag S, Saha B, Mehta O, Anbumani D, Kumar N, Dayal M et al. An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples. Scientific Reports. 2016;6. 26775. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep26775

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Bag, Satyabrata ; Saha, Bipasa ; Mehta, Ojasvi ; Anbumani, D ; Kumar, Naveen ; Dayal, Mayanka ; Pant, Archana ; Kumar, Pawan ; Saxena, Shruti ; Allin, Kristine H ; Hansen, Torben ; Arumugam, Manimozhiyan ; Vestergaard, Henrik ; Pedersen, Oluf ; Pereira, Verima ; Abraham, Philip ; Tripathi, Reva ; Wadhwa, Nitya ; Bhatnagar, Shinjini ; Prakash, Visvanathan Gnana ; Radha, Venkatesan ; Anjana, R M ; Mohan, V ; Takeda, Kiyoshi ; Kurakawa, Takashi ; Nair, G Balakrish ; Das, Bhabatosh. / An Improved Method for High Quality Metagenomics DNA Extraction from Human and Environmental Samples. In: Scientific Reports. 2016 ; Vol. 6.

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abstract = "To explore the natural microbial community of any ecosystems by high-resolution molecular approaches including next generation sequencing, it is extremely important to develop a sensitive and reproducible DNA extraction method that facilitate isolation of microbial DNA of sufficient purity and quantity from culturable and uncultured microbial species living in that environment. Proper lysis of heterogeneous community microbial cells without damaging their genomes is a major challenge. In this study, we have developed an improved method for extraction of community DNA from different environmental and human origin samples. We introduced a combination of physical, chemical and mechanical lysis methods for proper lysis of microbial inhabitants. The community microbial DNA was precipitated by using salt and organic solvent. Both the quality and quantity of isolated DNA was compared with the existing methodologies and the supremacy of our method was confirmed. Maximum recovery of genomic DNA in the absence of substantial amount of impurities made the method convenient for nucleic acid extraction. The nucleic acids obtained using this method are suitable for different downstream applications. This improved method has been named as the THSTI method to depict the Institute where the method was developed.",
author = "Satyabrata Bag and Bipasa Saha and Ojasvi Mehta and D Anbumani and Naveen Kumar and Mayanka Dayal and Archana Pant and Pawan Kumar and Shruti Saxena and Allin, {Kristine H} and Torben Hansen and Manimozhiyan Arumugam and Henrik Vestergaard and Oluf Pedersen and Verima Pereira and Philip Abraham and Reva Tripathi and Nitya Wadhwa and Shinjini Bhatnagar and Prakash, {Visvanathan Gnana} and Venkatesan Radha and Anjana, {R M} and V Mohan and Kiyoshi Takeda and Takashi Kurakawa and Nair, {G Balakrish} and Bhabatosh Das",
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AU - Saha, Bipasa

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AU - Anbumani, D

AU - Kumar, Naveen

AU - Dayal, Mayanka

AU - Pant, Archana

AU - Kumar, Pawan

AU - Saxena, Shruti

AU - Allin, Kristine H

AU - Hansen, Torben

AU - Arumugam, Manimozhiyan

AU - Vestergaard, Henrik

AU - Pedersen, Oluf

AU - Pereira, Verima

AU - Abraham, Philip

AU - Tripathi, Reva

AU - Wadhwa, Nitya

AU - Bhatnagar, Shinjini

AU - Prakash, Visvanathan Gnana

AU - Radha, Venkatesan

AU - Anjana, R M

AU - Mohan, V

AU - Takeda, Kiyoshi

AU - Kurakawa, Takashi

AU - Nair, G Balakrish

AU - Das, Bhabatosh

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AB - To explore the natural microbial community of any ecosystems by high-resolution molecular approaches including next generation sequencing, it is extremely important to develop a sensitive and reproducible DNA extraction method that facilitate isolation of microbial DNA of sufficient purity and quantity from culturable and uncultured microbial species living in that environment. Proper lysis of heterogeneous community microbial cells without damaging their genomes is a major challenge. In this study, we have developed an improved method for extraction of community DNA from different environmental and human origin samples. We introduced a combination of physical, chemical and mechanical lysis methods for proper lysis of microbial inhabitants. The community microbial DNA was precipitated by using salt and organic solvent. Both the quality and quantity of isolated DNA was compared with the existing methodologies and the supremacy of our method was confirmed. Maximum recovery of genomic DNA in the absence of substantial amount of impurities made the method convenient for nucleic acid extraction. The nucleic acids obtained using this method are suitable for different downstream applications. This improved method has been named as the THSTI method to depict the Institute where the method was developed.

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