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CommonData ID: UM0015Publication date: 8/2003
PMID: 12690091GI: 30271926 Taxonomy ID: 227859
Virus Name: SARS CoronavirusProduct size (PCR): 452 bp
MgCl2: N/A mMdNTPs: mMType: RT-PCR
Temp (PCR cycle):45C 30min>95C 3min(95C 10sec>60C 10sec[-1C/cyc]>72C 30sec)*10>(95C 10sec>56C 10sec>72C 30sec)*40
Buffer: Superscript II reverse transcriptase (RT)/platinum Taq pol one-step RT-PCR (InVitrogen)
Polymerase: Platinum Taq polyCycler: N/A
Note: Reactions were conducted in 20microL total volume containing: 10microL 2X reaction buffer, 2.45mM magnesium sulfate, 500nM each primer, 0.4microL reverse-transcriptase/Taq DNA polymerase mixture and 2microL RNA.
Forward(IN-4) primer
Oligo type:
Degeneracy: 1
Target: 15601-15581Tm: 68.5 C at salt 1000.0mMLength:
Sequence: TAACACACAACACCATCATCA
(0 other experimental conditions)
Note: IN-4 (this oligo) differs from IN-4 (-) in having an inosine replaced by an adenine. Target range from sequence.
Forward(IN-2 (+)) primer
Oligo type: Degeneracy: 1
Target: 15215-15238Tm: 77 C at salt 1000.0mMLength:
Sequence: GGGTTGGGACTATCCTAAGTGTGA
(1 other experimental conditions)
Note: Three mismatches relative to gi 3027192.
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