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Megaruptor® 2

Megaruptor 2

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Tight fragment size distribution
Hydropores eliminate clogging
High quality libraires
Tuneable to between 3 - 75 kb
1 to 2 samples in series
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The Megaruptor® 2 was designed to provide the best experience with the fragmentation of DNA from 3 kb - 75 kb. Shearing performance is independent of the source, concentration, temperature, or salt content of a DNA sample. Our user-friendly interface allows for two samples to be processed sequentially without additional user input and without cross-contamination. Just set the desired parameters and the automated system takes care of the rest. Clogging issues are eliminated in this design. The shearing with the Megaruptor leads to optimal long-read sequencing using PacBio®'s, and Oxford Nanopore™ technologies' systems.

TESTIMONIAL

Established in March 15th 2000, DNA Link, Inc. has developed as one of the leading full genomic service provider with its extensive 17 years of experience. DNA Link has been involved in numerous genomic researches including many national projects, and contributed to the expansion of the genomic industry.

On one hand, DNA Link was the very first company to introduce the RS II system from Pacific Bioscience in Asia, and has been approved as one of the eight global certified service providers for PacBio. Since 2012, DNA Link has been providing quality results that are controlled under strict criteria and successfully assisted numerous research projects.

PacBio platforms’ strongest upside is that it generates the longest reads among all sequencing platforms, and constructing long-read libraries using high molecular weight DNA is the most crucial part of utilizing the platforms. Within the PacBio library preparation process, shearing the DNA molecules accordingly to the library size is the initial step for a successful library construction. Sufficient library yield can be obtained only if the DNA molecules are sheared within the targeted size.

DNA Link has been using the Megaruptor instrument from Diagenode for this shearing process, as it is easy to use and has less contamination risk for using disposable hydropores, which contributes to the overall efficiency of the laboratory logistics.

Read our new Nature Methods publication about the Megaruptor 2 and best NGS library preparation practices

Hyeyoon, Jang - Lab Manager - Seoul, Korea
  • Demonstrated shearing to fragment sizes between 10 kb and 75 kb with Megaruptor® 2
    Image shows DNA size distribution of human genomic DNA sheared with long fragment Hydropores. A: DNA was analyzed by pulsedfield gel electrophoresis (PFGE) in 1% agarose gel and a mean size of smears was estimated using Image Lab 4.1 software. B: Fragment Analyzer profiles of human genomic DNA (25 ng/μl; 200 μl/sample) sheared at different software settings of 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 kb. (High Sensitivity Large Fragment Analysis Kit; Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. was used for separation and fragment sizing).
    * indicates unsheared DNA
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    The system performance was very good. High molecular weight DNA of different plants (Arabidopsis Alm, Hops polaris and wine Villard Blanc) was isolated and diluted to 50ng/µl or 70ng/µl. We aimed for fragment length 30kb at the volume 150µl.
    We achieved good results and we will continue with bead purification and library preps for PacBio sequencing.  I like the user friendly interface of the Megaruptor® 2. Just two parameters had to be specified: volume of each sample and desired mean fragment size. The processed DNA has a narrow size distribution at around 30kb.

    Christa Lanz and Julia Hildebrandt, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany
  •  Applications
    Next Generation Sequencing
    DNA Shearing, library preparation, and automation: your one-stop shop for NGS 1. Choose your shearing device: Shear DNA anywhere from 150 bp to 75 kb Shear down to 5 μl: 150 bp - 2 kb Perfect for NGS DNA libr... Read more
    DNA/RNA shearing
    In recent years, advances in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) have revolutionized genomics and biology. This growth has fueled demands on upstream techniques for optimal sample preparation and genomic library construction. One of the most critic... Read more
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    Megaruptor® 2 Quick guide MANUAL
    We have designed the Megaruptor® 2 using our highest level of knowledge in shearin...
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    Megaruptor® 2 Manual MANUAL
    The Megaruptor® 2 was designed to provide researchers with a simple, automated, and r...
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    Megaruptor 2 Flyer FLYER
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    Application of the Megaruptor® for shearing of ultra-long DNA fragments in the context of Long Read Sequencing using 3rd Gen Sequencing Technologies APPLICATION NOTE
    The Megaruptor® provides a simple, robust, and straight forward method for reproducible DNA s...
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    Megaruptor genomic DNA shearing for large insert sequencing library preparation APPLICATION NOTE
    Wageningen University has a strong background in plant genome sequencing including contributions ...
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    Bioruptor® Sonicator Brochure BROCHURE
    Diagenode’s Bioruptor® uses state-of-the-art shearing device to disrupt, disp...
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    Optimal long DNA fragment generation prior to SMRTbell® library preparation APPLICATION NOTE
    Several methods exist today for shearing genomic DNA, but few are reliable for generating DNA fra...
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  •  Publications

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    SMRT long reads and Direct Label and Stain optical maps allow the generation of a high-quality genome assembly for the European barn swallow (Hirundo rustica rustica).
    Formenti G, Chiara M, Poveda L, Francoijs KJ, Bonisoli-Alquati A, Canova L, Gianfranceschi L, Horner DS, Saino N
    Background: The barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) is a migratory bird that has been the focus of a large number of ecological, behavioural and genetic studies. To facilitate further population genetics and genomic studies, here we present a reference genome assembly for the European subspecies (H. r. rustica). Findings...

    Improved reference genome of Aedes aegypti informs arbovirus vector control.
    Matthews BJ, Dudchenko O, Kingan SB, Koren S, Antoshechkin I, Crawford JE, Glassford WJ, Herre M, Redmond SN, Rose NH, Weedall GD, Wu Y, Batra SS, Brito-Sierra CA, Buckingham SD, Campbell CL, Chan S, Cox E, Evans BR, Fansiri T, Filipović I, Fontaine A, Gl
    Female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes infect more than 400 million people each year with dangerous viral pathogens including dengue, yellow fever, Zika and chikungunya. Progress in understanding the biology of mosquitoes and developing the tools to fight them has been slowed by the lack of a high-quality genome assem...

    Whole-genome landscape of Medicago truncatula symbiotic genes.
    Pecrix Y, Staton SE, Sallet E, Lelandais-Brière C, Moreau S, Carrère S, Blein T, Jardinaud MF, Latrasse D, Zouine M, Zahm M, Kreplak J, Mayjonade B, Satgé C, Perez M, Cauet S, Marande W, Chantry-Darmon C, Lopez-Roques C, Bouchez O, Bérard A, Debellé F, Mu
    Advances in deciphering the functional architecture of eukaryotic genomes have been facilitated by recent breakthroughs in sequencing technologies, enabling a more comprehensive representation of genes and repeat elements in genome sequence assemblies, as well as more sensitive and tissue-specific analyses of gene e...

    Chromosome-scale assemblies of plant genomes using nanopore long reads and optical maps.
    Belser C, Istace B, Denis E, Dubarry M, Baurens FC, Falentin C, Genete M, Berrabah W, Chèvre AM, Delourme R, Deniot G, Denoeud F, Duffé P, Engelen S, Lemainque A, Manzanares-Dauleux M, Martin G, Morice J, Noel B, Vekemans X, D'Hont A, Rousseau-Gueutin M,
    Plant genomes are often characterized by a high level of repetitiveness and polyploid nature. Consequently, creating genome assemblies for plant genomes is challenging. The introduction of short-read technologies 10 years ago substantially increased the number of available plant genomes. Generally, these assemblies ...

    The Genomic Basis of Color Pattern Polymorphism in the Harlequin Ladybird.
    Gautier M, Yamaguchi J, Foucaud J, Loiseau A, Ausset A, Facon B, Gschloessl B, Lagnel J, Loire E, Parrinello H, Severac D, Lopez-Roques C, Donnadieu C, Manno M, Berges H, Gharbi K, Lawson-Handley L, Zang LS, Vogel H, Estoup A, Prud'homme B
    Many animal species comprise discrete phenotypic forms. A common example in natural populations of insects is the occurrence of different color patterns, which has motivated a rich body of ecological and genetic research [1-6]. The occurrence of dark, i.e., melanic, forms displaying discrete color patterns is f...

    Long-read sequence capture of the hemoglobin gene clusters across gadid species.
    Hoff SNK, Baalsrud HT, Tooming-Klunderud A, Skage M, Richmond T, Obernosterer G, Shirzadi R, Tørresen OK, Jakobsen KS, Jentoft S
    Combining high-throughput sequencing with targeted sequence capture has become an attractive tool to study specific genomic regions of interest. Most studies have so far focused on the exome using short-read technology. These approaches are not designed to capture intergenic regions needed to reconstruct genomic org...

    Genomic Structural Variations Within Five Continental Populations of .
    Long E, Evans C, Chaston J, Udall JA
    Chromosomal structural variations (SV) including insertions, deletions, inversions, and translocations occur within the genome and can have a significant effect on organismal phenotype. Some of these effects are caused by structural variations containing genes. Large structural variations represent a significant amo...

    Long-read sequencing identified a causal structural variant in an exome-negative case and enabled preimplantation genetic diagnosis.
    Miao H, Zhou J, Yang Q, Liang F, Wang D, Ma N, Gao B, Du J, Lin G, Wang K, Zhang Q
    Background: For a proportion of individuals judged clinically to have a recessive Mendelian disease, only one heterozygous pathogenic variant can be found from clinical whole exome sequencing (WES), posing a challenge to genetic diagnosis and genetic counseling. One possible reason is the limited ability to detect d...

    Long-read sequencing across the C9orf72 'GGGGCC' repeat expansion: implications for clinical use and genetic discovery efforts in human disease.
    Ebbert MTW, Farrugia SL, Sens JP, Jansen-West K, Gendron TF, Prudencio M, McLaughlin IJ, Bowman B, Seetin M, DeJesus-Hernandez M, Jackson J, Brown PH, Dickson DW, van Blitterswijk M, Rademakers R, Petrucelli L, Fryer JD
    BACKGROUND: Many neurodegenerative diseases are caused by nucleotide repeat expansions, but most expansions, like the C9orf72 'GGGGCC' (GC) repeat that causes approximately 5-7% of all amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD) cases, are too long to sequence using short-read sequencing te...

    The complete methylome of an entomopathogenic bacterium reveals the existence of loci with unmethylated Adenines.
    Payelleville A, Legrand L, Ogier JC, Roques C, Roulet A, Bouchez O, Mouammine A, Givaudan A, Brillard J
    DNA methylation can serve to control diverse phenomena in eukaryotes and prokaryotes, including gene regulation leading to cell differentiation. In bacteria, DNA methylomes (i.e., methylation state of each base of the whole genome) have been described for several species, but methylome profile variation during the l...

    A high-quality genome sequence of Rosa chinensis to elucidate ornamental traits.
    Hibrand Saint-Oyant L, Ruttink T, Hamama L, Kirov I, Lakhwani D, Zhou NN, Bourke PM, Daccord N, Leus L, Schulz D, Van de Geest H, Hesselink T, Van Laere K, Debray K, Balzergue S, Thouroude T, Chastellier A, Jeauffre J, Voisine L, Gaillard S, Borm TJA, Are
    Rose is the world's most important ornamental plant, with economic, cultural and symbolic value. Roses are cultivated worldwide and sold as garden roses, cut flowers and potted plants. Roses are outbred and can have various ploidy levels. Our objectives were to develop a high-quality reference genome sequence for th...

    Overview of Next-Generation Sequencing Technologies.
    Slatko BE, Gardner AF, Ausubel FM
    High throughput DNA sequencing methodology (next generation sequencing; NGS) has rapidly evolved over the past 15 years and new methods are continually being commercialized. As the technology develops, so do increases in the number of corresponding applications for basic and applied science. The purpose of this revi...

    Draft genome of the Peruvian scallop Argopecten purpuratus.
    Li C, Liu X, Liu B, Ma B, Liu F, Liu G, Shi Q, Wang C
    Background: The Peruvian scallop, Argopecten purpuratus, is mainly cultured in southern Chile and Peru was introduced into China in the last century. Unlike other Argopecten scallops, the Peruvian scallop normally has a long life span of up to 7 to 10 years. Therefore, researchers have been using it to develop hybri...

    Genomic repeats, misassembly and reannotation: a case study with long-read resequencing of Porphyromonas gingivalis reference strains.
    Acuña-Amador L, Primot A, Cadieu E, Roulet A, Barloy-Hubler F
    BACKGROUND: Without knowledge of their genomic sequences, it is impossible to make functional models of the bacteria that make up human and animal microbiota. Unfortunately, the vast majority of publicly available genomes are only working drafts, an incompleteness that causes numerous problems and constitutes a majo...

    Single-Molecule Sequencing Reveals the Chromosome-Scale Genomic Architecture of the Nematode Model Organism Pristionchus pacificus.
    Rödelsperger C. et al.
    The nematode Pristionchus pacificus is an established model for integrative evolutionary biology and comparative studies with Caenorhabditis elegans. While an existing genome draft facilitated the identification of several genes controlling various developmental processes, its high degree of fragmentation complicate...

    De novo PacBio long-read and phased avian genome assemblies correct and add to reference genes generated with intermediate and short reads
    Korlach J. et al.
    Reference-quality genomes are expected to provide a resource for studying gene structure, function, and evolution. However, often genes of interest are not completely or accurately assembled, leading to unknown errors in analyses or additional cloning efforts for the correct sequences. A promising solution is long-r...

    DNA fragmentation and quality control analysis
    Wassim Lakhal, Irina Panteleeva, Sharon Squazzo, Rini Saxena, Jerome Kroonen, Steve Siembieda, Markus Tilmes & Jonathan Hagopian
    Optimal data generation using NGS platforms relies on a few sample-preparation prerequisites, namely, precise DNA fragmentation, size-range analysis, and smear quantification. The Diagenode One, Bioruptor®, Megaruptor®, and Fragment Analyzer™ by Advanced Analytical ensure that these first cri...

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