alexa A Simple Protocol to extract DNA from earthworm tissue
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Research Article

A Simple Protocol to extract DNA from earthworm tissue for Molecular studies

Kushwaha T1, Vishwakarma A1, Rahul Paliwal1, Sashidhar Burla2 and Shweta Yadav3*

1Zoological Survey of India, High Altitude Regional Centre, Solan (HP), India

2The Energy Research Institute, New Delhi, India

3School of Biological Sciences, Dr HS Gour Central University, Sagar (MP), Pin Code-470003, India

*Corresponding Author:
Shweta Yadav
Associate Professor in Zoology
School of Biological Sciences
Dr H S Gour Central University, Sagar (MP)
Pin Code-470003, India
Tel: 09479983812
E-mail: [email protected]

Received date: November 12, 2015; Accepted date: December 21, 2015; Published date: December 25, 2015

 

Abstract

A simple protocol has been developed to extract high quality of DNA from different species of earthworms of family Moniligastridae (Drawida travancorensis D.pellucida, D.parambikimala, D.modesta); Megascolecidae (Perionyx sansibaricus) Octochaetidae (Travoscolides chengannures); Lumbricidae (Octolasion cyaneum,Eisenia andrei, E.fetida) Eudrilidae (Eudrilus eugeniae) collected from western Ghats of India. A good quantity (261.6 to 151 μg/μl) of DNA was obtained. With present modified protocol. Ratio of A260/A280 was also in range of 1.91- 1.98 while, routine protocol was recorded 1.48-2.24 μg/μl. Extracted DNA was used to amplify 683 bp of the cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene with LCO1490 and HCO2198 primers. All sequences of amplified gene were aligned, edited and analyzed using Maximum Likelihood method to characterize different species of earthworm. It appears that modified protocol used in present study was efficient and easy to extract good quality of DNA from different species of earthworms.

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