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Genome Med. 6, 113. Next generation sequencing analysis of nine Corynebacterium ulcerans isolates reveals zoonotic transmission and a novel putative diphtheria toxin-encoding pathogenicity island. 2014

Meinel, D.M., Margos, G., Konrad, R., Krebs, S., Blum, H. and Sing, A.

Notes: The authors isolated gDNA from C. ulcerans using the Maxwell® 16 Instrument and Kit followed by whole genome NGS using an Illumina MiSeq Instrument. (4905)

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Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77, 2943–53. Evaluation of procedures for the collection, processing, and analysis of biomolecules from low-biomass surfaces. 2011

Kwan K., Cooper M., La Duc M.T., Vaishampayan P., Stam C., Benardini J.N., Scalzi G., Moissl-Eichinger C. and Venkateswaran K.

Notes: These authors used the Maxwell® 16 System to extract DNA from multiple sample collection devices containing a model microbial community (MMC) comprised of 11 distinct species of bacterial, archaeal and fungal lineages associated with spacecraft or clean-room surfaces. The authors compared cotton swabs, polyester wipes and biological sampling kits to assess the success of recovering DNA of rRNA genes for species-specific PCR analysis. (4124)

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ISME J. 3, 498–502. Malassezia furfur fingerprints as possible markers for human phylogeography. 2009

Gaitanis, G., Velegraki, A., Alexopoulos, E.C., Kapsanaki-Gotsi, E., Zisova, L., Ran, Y., Zhang, H., Arsenis, G., Bassukas, I.D. and Faergemann, J.

Notes: The authors examined Malassezia furfur strains isolated from Scandinavians permanently residing in Greece and clinical isolates from Greece, Bulgaria and China to determine if there was an association between strain and the host’s geographical origin and any underlying skin conditions. Prior to strain identification by PCR fingerprinting, M. furfur DNA was isolated using the Maxwell® 16 Instrument and a modified Maxwell® 16 Cell DNA Purification protocol. A single 2–3mm diameter yeast colony yielded 20ng of DNA. (3959)

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Oral Oncology doi:10.1016/j.oraloncology.2008.03.007, Epub (ahead of print). Polymorphism of FGFR4 in cancer development and sensitivity to cisplatin and radiation in head and neck cancer. 2008

Ansell, A., Farnebo, L., Grénman, R., Roberg, K., and Thunelm, L.K.

Notes: In this study, the Maxwell® 16 Instrument and Maxwell® 16 DNA Purification Kit were used to isolate DNA from cell lines derived from head and neck squamous cell carcinomas. (3891)

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