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Recent advances in next-generation sequencing techniques allow the detection of a large number of SNPs and their use in a high throughput manner. However, Cleaved Amplified Polymorphic Sequences (CAPSs) still play a significant role as complement to other high throughput methods for SNP genotyping. Therefore, new methods focusing on the acceleration of this type of markers are highly desirable. The combination of the classical CAPS technique and a M13-tailed primer multiplexing assay was used to develop an agarose gel free protocol for the analysis of SNPs via restriction enzyme digestion. PCR products were fluorescence labeled with a universal M13 primer and subsequently digested with the appropriate restriction endonuclease. After mixing differently labeled products, they were detected on a capillary electrophoresis system. This method allows the cost-effective genotyping of several SNPs in a multiplexed manner at an overall low cost in a short period of time. Additionally, this method could be efficiently combined with the simultaneous detection of SSRs at the same electrophoresis run resulting in a procedure well suited for marker-based selection procedures, genotyping of mapping populations and the assay of genetic diversity.

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Fluorescence-based CAPS Multiplex Genotyping on Capillary Electrophoresis Systems

Plant Science > Plant molecular biology > DNA > Genotyping
Authors: Jelena Perovic*
Jelena PerovicAffiliation: Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Stadt Seeland, Germany
Bio-protocol author page: a2211
Cristina Silvar*
Cristina SilvarAffiliation: Department of Animal and Plant Biology and Ecology, University of Coruña, Coruña, Spain
Bio-protocol author page: a2212
Dragan Perovic
Dragan PerovicAffiliation: Institute for Resistance Research and Stress Tolerance, Julius Kuehn-Institute, Quedlinburg, Germany
For correspondence: dragan.perovic@jki.bund.de
Bio-protocol author page: a2213
Nils Stein
Nils SteinAffiliation: Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Stadt Seeland, Germany
Bio-protocol author page: a1447
 and Frank Ordon
Frank OrdonAffiliation: Institute for Resistance Research and Stress Tolerance, Julius Kuehn-Institute, Quedlinburg, Germany
Bio-protocol author page: a2214
 (*contributed equally to this work)
Vol 5, Iss 10, 5/20/2015, 1710 views, 0 Q&A, How to cite
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21769/BioProtoc.1472

[Abstract] Recent advances in next-generation sequencing techniques allow the detection of a large number of SNPs and their use in a high throughput manner. However, Cleaved Amplified Polymorphic Sequences (CAPSs) still play a significant role as complement to other high throughput methods for SNP genotyping. Therefore, new methods focusing on the acceleration of this type of markers are highly desirable. The combination of the classical CAPS technique and a M13-tailed primer multiplexing assay was used to develop an agarose gel free protocol for the analysis of SNPs via restriction enzyme digestion. PCR products were fluorescence labeled with a universal M13 primer and subsequently digested with the appropriate restriction endonuclease. After mixing differently labeled products, they were detected on a capillary electrophoresis system. This method allows the cost-effective genotyping of several SNPs in a multiplexed manner at an overall low cost in a short period of time. Additionally, this method could be efficiently combined with the simultaneous detection of SSRs at the same electrophoresis run resulting in a procedure well suited for marker-based selection procedures, genotyping of mapping populations and the assay of genetic diversity.

Keywords: CAPS, SNP, Fluorescence-based multiplexing, M13 tail, Marker-assisted selection

Materials and Reagents

  1. DNA (25 ng/µl) (e.g. from two-weeks old barley seedlings; or according to PCR practice of each particular organism)
  2. PCR reagents
    1. 0.5 U of Taq FIREPol® DNA polymerase (Solis Biodyne FIREPol®, catalog number: 01-01-01000; any other suppliers should be also satisfactory) with the corresponding 10x PCR buffer (supplied with FIREPol® DNA polymerase)
    2. 25 mM MgCl2 (supplied with FIREPol® DNA polymerase)
    3. dNTPs (10 µM each) (Thermo Fisher Scientific, catalog number: R0182)
    4. Forward specific primer tailed at the 5´end with a universal M13 tail (1µM) (5´- CACGACGTTGTAAAACGAC-3´) (desalted) (Microsynth)
    5. Reverse specific primer (10 µM) (desalted) (Microsynth)
    6. Fluorescence (6-FAM, HEX, NED or Cy5, D2, D3) labeled primer with a complementary sequence to the M13 tail (10 µM) (Metabion, Planegg/Steinkirchen)
  3. Restriction analysis
    1. Restriction endonucleases (New England Biolabs or Fermentas)
    2. 1x Buffer restriction endonucleases (New England Biolabs or Fermentas)
  4. 1.5% agarose (Sigma-Aldrich, catalog number: A9539)
  5. Ethidium bromide (Roche Diagnostics, catalog number: HP46.2)
  6. DNA loading buffer 3x [6x; 30% (v/v) glycerol, 0.25% (w/v) bromophenol blue, 0.25% (w/v) xylene cyanol FF]
  7. Analysis on ABI PRISM 3100 Genetic Analyzer Separation Gel (Applied Biosystems, catalog number: 4363929)
    1. ROTISOLV® HPLC gradient grade water (Roche Diagnostics, catalog number: A511.3)
    2. HiDiTMFormamide as Sample Loading Buffer (Applied Biosystems, catalog number: 4311320)
    3. GeneScanTMROX size standard (Applied Biosystems, catalog number: 401734)
    4. 96 well half skirted PCR plates (Kisker, catalog number: G060/H/1E/OA-SS)
  8. Analysis on Beckman Coulter CEQTM 8000 Genetic Analysis System
    1. GenomeLabTM Separation Gel LPA I (Beckman Coulter, catalog number: 608010)
    2. 96 well half skirted, segmented PCR plates (Kisker, catalog number: G060/H/1E-SG)
    3. Separation Buffer plates, non-sterile (Beckman Coulter, catalog number: 609844)
    4. GenomeLabTM DNA Size Standard 600 (Beckman Coulter, catalog number: 608095)
    5. GenomeLabTM Separation Buffer (Beckman Coulter, catalog number: 608012)
    6. Formamide as Sample Loading Buffer (Sigma-Aldrich, catalog number: F9037) or original Sample Loading Buffer (SLS) (Beckman Coulter, catalog number: 608082)
  9. Gel running buffer (see Recipes)

Equipment

  1. Thermal Cycler (Applied Biosystems)
  2. Horizontal Electrophoresis system (Bio-Rad Laboratories, Sub-Cell® Model 96 Cell)
  3. ABI PRISM 3100 Genetic Analyzer or Beckman Coulter CEQTM 8000 Genetic Analysis System
  4. Heating block, bath or oven for restriction analysis
  5. PCR 96-well plate or tubes

Software

  1. GeneMapper® 4.0 Software (Applied Biosystems) or GenomeLabTM GeXP Software (Beckman Coulter)

Procedure

  1. Prepare a PCR mix in a final volume of 15 µl: 1x PCR buffer, 2.5 mM MgCl2, 0.2 mM dNTPs, 0.02 µM of tailed-forward primer, 0.2 µM of reverse primer, 0.18 µM of fluorescence labeled (6-FAM, HEX, NED or Cy5, D2, D3) M13 primer, 0.5 U of Taq polymerase and 50 ng of DNA.
  2. Run the following PCR program: 5 min at 94 °C; 12 cycles with 30 sec at 94 °C, 30 sec at 62 °C (touchdown of 0.5 °C / cycle for initial 12 cycles - final annealing of 56 °C for remaining 35 cycles), 30 sec at 72 °C; and a final extension step of 10 min at 72 °C.
  3. Check 3 µl of the PCR product in an agarose gel (1.5%) stained with ethidium bromide.
  4. Restriction assay. The presence of restriction sites should be previously assessed by comparing the sequences of target samples. The search for the suitable restriction endonuclease might be carried out with the tool SNP2CAPS (http://pgrc.ipk-gatersleben.de/snp2caps/) (Thiel et al., 2004) or using the web tool NEB cutter (http://nc2.neb.com/NEBcutter2/). The prediction of restriction analysis on each fragment with the corresponding enzyme might be performed at the TAIR website (http://www.arabidopsis.org/). Fragments larger than 600 bp should be discarded.
    1. Place 12 µl (remaining PCR mix) of the PCR product into a PCR tube.
    2. Add 1 U of the respective restriction enzyme, together with the specific buffer.
    3. Incubate in a heat block, bath or oven at the adequate temperature, according to the instructions of enzyme suppliers, for 3 h.
  5. Fragment analysis on ABI PRISM 3100 Genetic Analyzer or Beckman Coulter CEQTM8000 Genetic Analysis System.
    a. Mix equal amounts of each restricted product (6-FAM, HEX, NED or Cy5, D2, D3) for multiplexing. M13-tailed products should be usualy 1/20 diluted with HPLC gradient grade water (ROTISOLV®) in a volume of 20 µl.
    b. Make mastermix by mixing HiDi-Formamide and the Rox-Standard for each sample – 14 µl HiDi and 0.04 µl Rox-Standard.
    c. Add 14 µl of mastermixes in each well ABI or Beckman PCR-plate (P/N N8010560) and 1 µl of diluted PCR-product.
    d. Denaturate the DNA plate for 5 min at 96 °C, and after change of buffer/water in tanks of ABI PRISM Analyzer or Beckman Coulter Analysis System, place into appliance.
  6. Data analysis with the corresponding software (GeneMapper® 4.0 Software or GenomeLabTM GeXP Software). Only those fragments which retain the fluorescent label will be detected (Figure 1).


    Figure 1. Schematic illustration of the expected results after analysis on capillary electrophoresis systems using the CAPS fluorescence-based multiplexing protocol. A. Digestion of labeled PCR products from two homozygous cultivars (a/a) and (b/b) and from the corresponding heterozygous F1 generation (a/b). B. Separation of digested products on agarose gel. C. Separation of digested products on capillary electrophoresis systems; only those fragments which are detected on the genetic analyzer are represented.

Notes

  1. This protocol could be efficiently combined with the simultaneous detection of simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers in the same capillary electrophoresis run (Perovic et al., 2013).

Recipes

  1. Gel running buffer
    1x Tris-Borate-EDTA
    89 mM Tris base
    89 mM Boric acid
    2 mM EDTA (pH 8.0)

Acknowledgements

This protocol is adapted from Perovic et al. (2013).

References

  1. Perovic, J., Silvar, C., Koenig, J., Stein, N., Perovic, D. and Ordon, F. (2013). A versatile fluorescence-based multiplexing assay for CAPS genotyping on capillary electrophoresis systems. Mol Breed 32(1): 61-69.
  2. Thiel, T., Kota, R., Grosse, I., Stein, N. and Graner, A. (2004). SNP2CAPS: a SNP and INDEL analysis tool for CAPS marker development. Nucleic Acids Res 32(1): e5.


How to cite this protocol: Perovic, J., Silvar, C., Perovic, D., Stein, N. and Ordon, F. (2015). Fluorescence-based CAPS Multiplex Genotyping on Capillary Electrophoresis Systems. Bio-protocol 5(10): e1472. DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.1472; Full Text



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