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MBD0003 Sigma

Microbial DNA standard from Proteus vulgaris

Suitable for PCR, sequencing and NGS, 10 ng/μL

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Related Categories Microbial DNA Standard, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Proteomics
form   liquid
concentration   10 ng/μL
shipped in   ambient
storage temp.   −20°C

Description

Physical form

Liquid -The genomic DNA is provided at ≥10 ng/μl concentration in TE buffer pH 8.0

General description

Standardization of sample analysis is currently needed in microbiome genomics research workflow. Lack of standardization can lead to biases and errors in common processes during sample preparation and analysis such as sample amplification, sequencing and bioinformatics analyses.1 Proteus vulgaris genomic DNA microbial standard can serve as standard for benchmarking the performance along the workflow of microbiomics or meta-genomics analyses and as a tool to increase reproducibility and allow comparison of results obtained by different labs.
Proteus vulgaris is a rod-shaped gram negative, facultative anaerobe bacterium. It inhabits the intestinal tract of humans and animals and can be found in soil, water and feces.2 P. vulgaris is a member of Enterobacteriacea family that are opportunistic pathogens in humans, responsible for urinary tract and burn infections. 3 P. vulgaris was also observed fecal samples of healthy individuals. 4

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RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport

Documents

Certificate of Analysis

Protocols & Articles
Peer-Reviewed Papers
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