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Comparison of DNA extraction methods from muscle of canned tuna for species identification

AuthorsChapela, María José ; González Sotelo, Carmen ; Pérez Martín, Ricardo Isaac ; Pardo, M. A.; Pérez-Villareal, Begoña; Gilardi, Patricia; Riese, Juan
DNA extraction methods
Species identification
Canned tuna
Issue Date2007
CitationFood Control 18(10): 1211-1215 (2007)
AbstractFour DNA extraction methods from canned tuna in diVerent liquid media were compared. Wizard DNA Clean Up system with proteinase K previous digestion, Nucleospin (Clontech), GenomicPrep (Amersham Pharmacia Biotech) and the CTAB precipitation method were employed. DNA was extracted from four diVerent canned tuna of the same tuna species, light tuna (Thunnus albacares): light tuna in brine, oil, vinegar and with a tomato sauce. Three samples of each type of product were analysed with the diVerent methods. Quantity and quality of DNA extracted was evaluated using the ratio A260/A280. Also, quality was evaluated by using a set of designed primers amplifying fragments of cytochrome b of increasing size ranging from 100 bp to 300 bp. Results show that DNA extraction from canned tuna preserved in diVerent liquid media could be optimized employing a speciWc DNA extraction method in each case. Best results were obtained with CTAB method for canned tuna in oil and for canned tuna in vinegar, with Wizard method for canned tuna in brine and with Genomic Prep method for canned tuna with tomato sauce.
Description5 páginas, 4 tablas, 1 figura
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodcont.2006.07.016
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