Qubit dsDNA HS Assay Kits For use with the Qubit Fluorometer (all models)

Qubit dsDNA HS Assay Kits For use with the Qubit Fluorometer (all models)
Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay Kits
For use with the Qubit® Fluorometer (all models)
Catalog nos. Q32851, Q32854
Table 1 Contents and storage
Amount
Material
Concentration
Storage
Q32851
(100 assays)
Q32854
(500 assays)
Qubit® dsDNA HS Reagent
(Component A)
250 µL
1.25 mL
200X concentrate
in DMSO
•Room temperature
•Desiccate
•Protect from light
Qubit® dsDNA HS Buffer
(Component B)
50 mL
250 mL
Not applicable
Room temperature
Qubit® dsDNA HS Standard #1
(Component C)
1 mL
5 mL
0 ng/µL in TE
buffer
5 mL
100 ng/µL in TE
buffer
Qubit® dsDNA HS Standard #2
(Component D)
1 mL
Stability
When stored as
directed, kits
are stable for
6 months.
≤4°C
Introduction
The Qubit® dsDNA HS (High Sensitivity) Assay Kits make DNA quantitation easy and
accurate. The kits include concentrated assay reagent, dilution buffer, and prediluted
DNA standards. Simply dilute the reagent using the buffer provided, add your sample
(any volume from 1–20 μL is acceptable), then read the concentration using the Qubit®
Fluorometer. The assay is highly selective for double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) over
RNA (Figure 1, page 7) and is accurate for initial sample concentrations from
10 pg/µL to 100 ng/µL. The assay is performed at room temperature, and the signal
is stable for 3 hours. Common contaminants such as salts, free nucleotides, solvents,
detergents, or protein are well tolerated in the assay (Table 2, page 8). In addition to
the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay Kits described here, we also offer other kits for assaying
RNA, protein, and dsDNA at a higher concentration range (Table 3, page 9).
Note: This Qubit® assay kit can be used with any Qubit® Fluorometer.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
MAN0002326 | MP32851
Revision: A.0
Before You Begin
Materials required but
not provided
Storing the Qubit®
assay kits
Critical assay parameters
• Plastic container (disposable) for mixing the Qubit® working solution (step 1.3, page 3)
• Qubit® assay tubes (500 tubes, Life Technologies, Cat. no. Q32856) or
Axygen® PCR-05-C tubes (VWR, part no. 10011-830)
The Qubit® dsDNA HS Reagent and Buffer are designed for room temperature storage.
The Qubit® dsDNA HS Reagent is supplied in DMSO, which freezes at temperatures
lower than room temperature. Store the DNA standards at 4°C.
Assay temperature
The Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay delivers optimal performance when all solutions are
at room temperature (22–28˚C). The Qubit® assays are designed to be performed
at room temperature, as temperature fluctuations can influence the accuracy of the
assay (Figure 2, page 7). To minimize temperature fluctuations, store the Qubit®
dsDNA HS Reagent and Buffer at room temperature and insert all assay tubes into the
Qubit® Fluorometer only for as much time as it takes for the instrument to measure the
fluorescence; the Qubit® Fluorometer can raise the temperature of the assay solution
significantly, even over a period of a few minutes. Do not hold the assay tubes in your
hand before reading because this warms the solution and results in a low reading.
Incubation time
To allow the Qubit® assay to reach optimal fluorescence, incubate the tubes for the DNA
and RNA assays for 2 minutes after mixing the sample or standard with the working
solution. After this incubation period, the fluorescence signal is stable for 3 hours at
room temperature.
Photobleaching of the Qubit® reagents
The Qubit® reagents exhibit high photostability in the Qubit® Fluorometer, showing
<0.3% drop in fluorescence after 9 readings and <2.5% drop in fluorescence after 40
readings. However, if the assay tube remains in the Qubit® Fluorometer for multiple
readings, a temporary reduction in fluorescence will be observed as the solution
increases in temperature (Figure 2, page 7). Note that the temperature inside the
Qubit® Fluorometer may be as much as 3°C above room temperature after 1 hour. For
this reason, if you want to perform multiple readings of a single tube, remove the tube
from the instrument and let it equilibrate to room temperature for 30 seconds before
taking another reading.
Calibrating the Qubit® Fluorometer
For each assay, you have the choice to run a new calibration or use the values from the
previous calibration. When you first use the instrument, perform a new calibration each
time. As you become familiar with the assays, the instrument, your pipetting accuracy,
and significant temperature fluctuations within your laboratory, you can decide how
comfortable you are using the calibration data stored from the last time the instrument
was calibrated. Additionally, remember that the fluorescence signal in the tubes
containing standards and samples is stable for no longer than 3 hours. See Figure 3
(page 8) for an example of the calibration curve used to generate the quantification
results.
Handling and disposal
No data are currently available that address the mutagenicity or toxicity of the Qubit®
dsDNA HS Reagent (Component A). This reagent is known to bind nucleic acid and is
provided as a solution in DMSO. Treat the Qubit® dsDNA HS Reagent with the same
safety precautions as all other potential mutagens and dispose of the dye in accordance
with local regulations.
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Preparing samples and standards
This protocol assumes that you are preparing standards for calibrating the Qubit®
Fluorometer. If you plan to use the last calibration performed on the instrument (see
“Calibrating the Qubit® Fluorometer” on page 2), you need fewer tubes (step 1.1)
and less working solution (step 1.3).
1.1
Set up the required number of 0.5-mL tubes for standards and samples. The Qubit®
dsDNA HS Assay requires 2 standards.
Note: Use only thin-wall, clear, 0.5-mL PCR tubes. Acceptable tubes include Qubit®
assay tubes (Cat. no. Q32856) or Axygen® PCR-05-C tubes (part no. 10011-830).
1.2
Label the tube lids.
Note: Do not label the side of the tube as this could interfere with the sample read. Label
the lid of each standard tube correctly. Calibration of the Qubit® Fluorometer requires
the standards to be inserted into the instrument in the right order.
1.3
Prepare the Qubit® working solution by diluting the Qubit® dsDNA HS Reagent 1:200
in Qubit® dsDNA HS Buffer. Use a clean plastic tube each time you prepare Qubit®
working solution. Do not mix the working solution in a glass container.
Note: The final volume in each tube must be 200 µL. Each standard tube requires 190 µL
of Qubit® working solution, and each sample tube requires anywhere from 180–199 µL.
Prepare sufficient Qubit® working solution to accommodate all standards and samples.
For example, for 8 samples, prepare enough working solution for the samples and
2 standards: ~200 µL per tube in 10 tubes yields 2 mL of working solution (10 µL of
Qubit® reagent plus 1990 µL of Qubit® buffer).
1.4
Add 190 µL of Qubit® working solution to each of the tubes used for standards.
1.5
Add 10 µL of each Qubit® standard to the appropriate tube, then mix by vortexing
2–3 seconds. Be careful not to create bubbles.
Note: Careful pipetting is critical to ensure that exactly 10 µL of each Qubit® standard is
added to 190 µL of Qubit® working solution.
1.6
Add Qubit® working solution to individual assay tubes so that the final volume in each
tube after adding sample is 200 µL.
Note: Your sample can be anywhere from 1–20 µL. Add a corresponding volume of
Qubit® working solution to each assay tube: anywhere from 180–199 µL.
1.7
Add each sample to the assay tubes containing the correct volume of Qubit® working
solution, then mix by vortexing 2–3 seconds. The final volume in each tube should be
200 µL.
1.8 Allow all tubes to incubate at room temperature for 2 minutes.
Proceed to “Reading standards and samples”; follow the procedure appropriate for
your instrument:
• “Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer” on page 4
• “Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer” on page 5
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Reading standards and samples
Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer
2.1
On the Home screen of the Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer, press DNA, then select dsDNA
High Sensitivity as the assay type. The “Read standards” screen is displayed. Press
Read Standards to proceed.
Note: If you have already performed a calibration for the selected assay, the instrument
prompts you to choose between reading new standards and running samples using
the previous calibration. If you want to use the previous calibration, skip to step 2.4.
Otherwise, continue with step 2.2.
2.2
Insert the tube containing Standard #1 into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press
Read standard. When the reading is complete (~3 seconds), remove Standard #1.
2.3
Insert the tube containing Standard #2 into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press
Read standard. When the reading is complete, remove Standard #2.
The instrument displays the results on the Read standard screen. For information on
interpreting the calibration results, refer to the Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer User Guide.
2.4
Press Run samples.
2.5
On the assay screen, select the sample volume and units:
a. Press the + or – buttons on the wheel to select the sample volume added to the assay
tube (from 1–20 μL).
b. From the dropdown menu, select the units for the output sample concentration.
2.6
Insert a sample tube into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press Read tube. When
the reading is complete (~3 seconds), remove the sample tube.
The instrument displays the results on the assay screen. The top value (in large font) is
the concentration of the original sample. The bottom value is the dilution concentration.
For information on interpreting the sample results, refer to the Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer
User Guide.
2.7
Repeat step 2.6 until all samples have been read.
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Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer
3.1
On the Home screen of the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer, press DNA, then select dsDNA
High Sensitivity as the assay type. The Standards screen is displayed.
Note: If you have already performed a calibration for the selected assay, the instrument
prompts you to choose between reading new standards and running samples using the
previous calibration. If you want to use the previous calibration, press No and skip to
step 3.5. Otherwise, continue with step 3.2.
3.2
On the Standards screen, press Yes to read the standards.
3.3
Insert the tube containing Standard #1 into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press
Read. When the reading is complete (~3 seconds), remove Standard #1.
3.4
Insert the tube containing Standard #2 into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press
Read. When the reading is complete, remove Standard #2.
When the calibration is complete, the instrument displays the Sample screen.
3.5 Insert a sample tube into the sample chamber, close the lid, then press Read. When the
reading is complete (~3 seconds), remove the sample tube.
The instrument displays the results on the Sample screen. The value displayed
corresponds to the concentration after your sample was diluted into the assay tube. To
find the concentration of your original sample, you can record this value and perform
the calculation yourself (see “Calculating the sample concentration” below) or the
instrument can perform this calculation for you (see “Dilution Calculator” on page 6).
3.6
Repeat step 3.5 until all samples have been read.
Calculating the sample
concentration – Qubit® 2.0
Fluorometer
Note: The Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer performs this calculation automatically.
The Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer gives values for the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay in ng/mL.
This value corresponds to the concentration after your sample was diluted into the
assay tube. To calculate the concentration of your sample, use the following equation:
Concentration of your sample = QF value ×
200
x
where QF value = the value given by the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer
x = the number of microliters of sample added to the assay tube
This equation generates a result with the same units as the value given by the
Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer. For example, if the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer gave a
concentration in ng/mL, the result of the equation is in ng/mL.
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Dilution Calculator– Qubit® 2.0
Fluorometer
The Dilution Calculator feature of the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer calculates the
concentration of your original sample based on the volume of sample you added to the
assay tube. To have the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer perform this calculation for you, follow
the instructions below.
4.1
After the sample measurement is complete, press Calculate Stock Conc. The Dilution
Calculator screen is displayed.
4.2 Using the volume roller wheel, select the volume of your original sample that you
added to the assay tube. When you stop scrolling, the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer calculates
the original sample concentration based on the measured assay concentration.
4.3
To change the units in which the original sample concentration is displayed:
a. Press ng/mL.
b. On the unit selection pop-up window, select a unit for your original sample
concentration.
c. Touch anywhere on the screen to close the pop-up window. The Qubit® 2.0
Fluorometer automatically converts the units to your selection.
Note: The unit button next to your sample concentration reflects the change in units.
For example, if you changed the unit to pg/μL, the button displays pg/μL.
4.4
To save the data from your calculation to the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer, press Save on the
Dilution Calculator screen. The last calculated value of your measurement is saved in
the *.csv file and tagged with a time and date stamp.
4.5
To exit the Dilution Calculator screen, press any navigator button on the bottom of the
screen or press Read Next Sample.
Note: When you navigate away from the Dilution Calculator screen, the Qubit® 2.0
Fluorometer saves the last values for the sample volume and units on the Dilution
Calculator screen only. Returning to the Dilution Calculator screen displays these last
selected values.
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Appendix
Selectivity of the Qubit®
dsDNA HS Assay
Figure 1 DNA selectivity and sensitivity of the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay (Q32851, Q32854). Triplicate 10-μL
samples of λ DNA (), E. coli rRNA (), or a 1:1 mixture of DNA and RNA () were assayed in the Qubit®
dsDNA HS Assay. Fluorescence was measured at 485/530 nm and plotted versus the mass of nucleic acid for
the DNA alone or RNA alone, or versus the mass of the DNA component in the 1:1 mixture. The variation (CV)
of replicate DNA determinations was ≤2%. The inset, a separate experiment with octuplicate determinations,
shows the extreme sensitivity of the assay for DNA. Background fluorescence has not been subtracted.
Effect of temperature on the
Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay
Figure 2. Plot of fluorescence vs. temperature for the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay. The Qubit® assays are
designed to be performed at room temperature, as temperature fluctuations can influence the accuracy
of the assay.
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How the Qubit® Fluorometer
calculates concentration
Figure 3. The curve-fitting algorithm used to determine concentration in the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay. The
Qubit® Fluorometer generates concentration data based on the relationship between the two standards
used in the calibration. This plot shows the line corresponding to the curve-fitting algorithm (a modified
Hill plot) used in the calculation of concentration data for the Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay. For reference, the
positions of the standards and a set of data points from an actual experiment are shown superimposed onto
the line, demonstrating that the curve-fitting algorithm gives accurate values for quantitation.
Contaminants tolerated by the
Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay
Table 2. Effect of contaminants in the Qubit ® dsDNA HS Assay, tested over a range of 1–500 ng/mL*
Contaminant
Final concentration in
the assay
Concentration in
20-μL sample
Concentration in
10-μL sample
Result
Sodium chloride
50 mM
500 mM
1M
Magnesium chloride
5 mM
50 mM
100 mM
OK†
Sodium acetate
30 mM
300 mM
600 mM
OK
Ammonium acetate
50 mM
500 mM
1M
OK
Ethanol
1%
10%
20%
OK
Phenol
0.1%
1%
2%
OK†
Chloroform‡
1%
10%
20%
OK
SDS
0.01%
0.1%
0.2%
OK
Triton® X-100
0.01%
0.1%
0.2%
OK†
dNTPs§
1 mM
2 mM
OK
BSA
100 mg/mL
200 mg/mL
IgG
5 mg/mL
10 mg/mL
RNA
1X◊
1X◊
1X◊
OK
ssDNA
1X◊
1X◊
1X◊
OK
Oligos
1X◊
1X◊
1X◊
OK
100 μM
10 mg/mL
0.5 mg/mL
OK
OK†
OK
*DNA standards were assayed in the presence or absence of contaminants at the indicated final
concentrations. Equivalent concentrations (approximate) in 20-μL or 10-μL sample volumes are also
listed. In all cases, results are given as OK, usually less than 10% perturbation.
† An acceptable result, but with some distortion of the standard curve; for best results, add the same
amount of contaminant to the standard samples.
‡ Immiscible.
§ A mixture of dATP, dCTP, dGTP, and dTTP.
◊1X indicates a concentration equal to the concentration of dsDNA.
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Qubit® assay kits compatible
with the Qubit® Fluorometer
A number of fluorescence-based quantitation kits are available for use with the Qubit®
Fluorometer. Use Table 3 to choose a kit based on the target molecule being measured
and the number of assays you require.
Table 3. Qubit® assay kits for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer
Product
Cat. no.
Number of
assays*
Q32850
100
Qubit® dsDNA BR
Assay Kit
Q32853
500
Q32851
100
Qubit® dsDNA HS
Assay Kit
Q32854
Qubit® ssDNA
Assay Kit
Target
Notes
dsDNA
•Core range (high confidence): 0.01 µg/mL to 5 µg/mL†
•Extended range (moderate confidence): 5 µg/mL to 10 µg/mL†
•Useful for quantitation of genomic and miniprep DNA samples
•Accurate in the presence of RNA, salts, solvents, proteins, and free
nucleotides
dsDNA
•Core range (high confidence): 1 ng/mL to 500 ng/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 0.5 ng/mL to 1 ng/mL and
500 ng/mL to 600 ng/mL†
•Useful for quantitation of PCR products, viral DNA, and samples for
subcloning
•Accurate in the presence of RNA, salts, solvents, proteins, and free
nucleotides
ssDNA
•Core range (high confidence): 5 ng/mL to 1000 ng/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 1 ng/mL to 5 ng/mL and
1000 ng/mL to 1200 ng/mL†
•Useful for quantitation of oligos, primers, denatured DNA, PCR
products
•Accurate in the presence of salts, urea, solvents, proteins, ATP, and
agarose
500
Q10212
100
Q32852
100
Qubit® RNA HS
Assay Kit
RNA
Q32855
500
Q10210
100
Qubit® RNA BR
Assay Kit
RNA
Q10211
500
Q32880
100
Qubit® microRNA
Assay Kit
Q32881
500
Q33211
100
Qubit® Protein
Assay Kit
Q33212
500
•Core range (high confidence): 25 ng/mL to 500 ng/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 20 ng/mL to 25 ng/mL and
500 ng/mL to 1000 ng/mL†
•Useful for quantitation of samples for microarray, RT-PCR, and
Northern blot procedures
•Accurate in the presence of DNA, salts, solvents, proteins, and free
nucleotides
•Core range (high confidence): 0.1 µg/mL to 5 µg/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 0.05 µg/mL to 0.1 µg/mL
and 5 µg/mL to 6 µg/mL†
•Useful for quantitation of samples for microarray, RT-PCR, and
Northern blot procedures
•Accurate in the presence of DNA, salts, solvents, proteins, and free
nucleotides
RNA
•Core range (high confidence): 5 ng/mL to 500 ng/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 2.5 ng/mL to 5 ng/mL and
500 ng/mL to 750 ng/mL†
•Useful for quantification of samples for qRT-PCR and sequencing
applications
•Accurate in the presence of rRNA, large mRNA (>1000 bp), salts,
solvents, proteins, and free nucleotides
Protein
•Core range (high confidence): 1.25 µg/mL to 25 µg/mL†
•Extended ranges (moderate confidence): 1 µg/mL to 1.25 µg/mL
and 25 µg/mL to 26 µg/mL†
•Little protein-to-protein difference in signal
•Accurate in the presence of DTT, β-mercaptoethanol, amino acids,
and DNA
•Signal is stable for 3 hours
*Based on an assay volume of 200 µL.
†Concentration ranges refer to the concentration of sample after dilution in the assay tube.
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Product List Current prices may be obtained from our website or from our Customer Service Department.
Cat. no.
Product name
Q32851
Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay Kit, 100 assays *0.2–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32854
Qubit® dsDNA HS Assay Kit, 500 assays *0.2–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Related products
Q32850
Qubit® dsDNA BR Assay Kit, 100 assays *2–1000 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32853
Qubit® dsDNA BR Assay Kit 500 assays *2–1000 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32852
Qubit® RNA HS Assay Kit, 100 assays *5–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32855
Qubit® RNA HS Assay Kit, 500 assays *5–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q10210
Qubit® RNA BR Assay Kit, 100 assays *20–1000 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q10211
Qubit® RNA BR Assay Kit, 500 assays *20–1000 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q10212
Qubit® ssDNA Assay Kit, 100 assays *1–200 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32880
Qubit® microRNA Assay Kit, 100 assays *1–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32881
Qubit® microRNA Assay Kit, 500 assays *1–100 ng* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q33211
Qubit® Protein Assay Kit, 100 assays *0.25–5 µg* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q33212
Qubit® Protein Assay Kit, 500 assays *0.25–5 µg* *for use with the Qubit® Fluorometer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Q32856
Qubit® assay tubes *set of 500* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit size
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
1 kit
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