Quencher extension for single nucleotide polymorphism quantification in bacterial typing and microbial community analyses
Journal : Methods in molecular biology , vol. 345 , p. 111–117–7 , 2006
Publisher : Humana Press
International Standard Numbers
Printed : 1064-3745
Electronic : 1940-6029
Publication type : Academic article
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Quencher extension is a novel single-step closed tube real-time method to quantify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in combination with primer extension. A probe with a 5'-reporter is single-base extended with a dideoxy nucleotide containing a quencher if the target SNP allele is present. The reaction is measured from the quenching (reduced fluorescence) of the reporter. The relative amount of a specific SNP allele is determined from the nucleotide incorporation rate in a thermocycling reaction. The quencher extension protocol presented was developed for SNP allele quantification in Listeria monocytogenes and for microbial community analyses.