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57 items found for "App note 44XXX wastewater"

  • Improved method for detection of antibiotic resistance from wastewater for population surveillance

    Poster: COVID-19 highlighted the use of wastewater testing as a complementary method to monitor emerging As a strategy to complement population testing, wastewater samples can be evaluated to identify increases identify a broad range of targets associated with AMR, and the methods must be sensitive given the larger wastewater head-to-head comparison of commercially available real-time PCR-based assays to assess AMR burden in wastewater

  • App Note: Enrichment of low abundance, low molecular weight proteins from human plasma samples

    APPLICATION NOTE - SKU 33XXX Nanotrap® Particles for Mass Spec: Enrichment of low abundance, low molecular weight proteins from human plasma samples Download full application note here Conventional proteomic This application note provides a brief description of the Nanotrap® particle technology platform and

  • Evaluation of wastewater surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 in Massachusetts correctional facilities

    "Evaluation of wastewater surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 in Massachusetts correctional facilities, 2020– In Massachusetts, multiple state prisons implemented wastewater surveillance for strategic testing of Our objective was to quantify the correlation of COVID-19 cases with facility-level wastewater surveillance Consistently, ρ values were higher for facility-specific wastewater/resident cases than for town/resident Conclusion: We conclude that wastewater surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 can provide an additional signal

  • Detection of monkeypox viral DNA in a routine wastewater monitoring program

    MedRxiv July 2022 ABSTRACT: Wastewater represents a composite biological sample from the entire contributing monkeypox excrete monkeypox virus DNA via skin lesions, saliva, feces and urine and these can enter the wastewater To test whether monkeypox can be detected and monitored in wastewater during a period when publicly reported We measured monkeypox virus DNA daily in settled solids samples from nine wastewater plants over the During that period, we detected monkeypox virus DNA in wastewater solids at nearly all the wastewater

  • SARS-CoV-2 extraction from wastewater concentrated with Nanotrap® Magnetic Virus Particles

    APPLICATION NOTE SKU 44XXX Download full application note here MACHERY NAGEL: SARS-CoV-2 extraction of viral RNA from wastewater Introduction Many researchers, private companies, and public health agencies Viral RNA extraction from wastewater is a major challenge for laboratories due to the presence of so many substances that cause inhibition of downstream analysis, and because large volumes of wastewater In this application note we show an efficient, cost-effective, and even automatable method to extract

  • Targeted community wastewater surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 and Mpox virus during a festival

    approach to quantify SARS-CoV-2, mpox virus, and fecal indicator, pepper mild mottle virus (PMMoV) in wastewater Wastewater surveillance, while promising as a public health tool, is often hampered by slow turn-around Wastewater samples (n = 131) were collected from residential and commercial manholes, pump stations, and a city's wastewater treatment plant. the predictive properties of wastewater surveillance.

  • App Note: Nanotrap® Particles: A case study on novel antimicrobial peptide discovery

    APPLICATION NOTE - SKU 33XXX Nanotrap® Particles for Biomarker Discovery via Mass Spectrometry: A case Download application note here Ordering Information Nanotrap® Catalog Number: · 33230 (Azure Protein

  • An observational study of wastewater and surface monitoring to detect COVID-19 in elementary schools

    Lancet Regional Health, Americas February 2023 Safer at school early alert: an observational study of wastewater Previous research suggests that wastewater monitoring can detect SARS-CoV-2 infections in controlled objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness and accuracy of community-based passive wastewater were associated with an environmental sample (95% CI: 88%-98%); 67% were associated with a positive wastewater The techniques we utilized allowed for near-complete genomic sequencing of wastewater and surface samples

  • Application of dPCR and RT-qPCR assays for SARS-CoV-2 Variant Detection in Wastewater

    Poster: Wastewater-based epidemiology has been widely used to monitor COVID-19 trends in communities, Variants have been successfully identified and quantified in wastewater using next-generation sequencing Samples were collected weekly from the influent of several wastewater treatment facilities, public schools Omicron sub-lineage detection using the assays was aligned well with the NGS results from the same wastewater Wastewater samples collected between mid-February 2022 and mid-April 2022 showed a rapid displacement

  • Unveiling viruses in aircraft lavatory wastewater using Nanotrap® Microbiome A Particles workflows

    Environment, June 2023 "Unveiling indicator, enteric, and respiratory viruses in aircraft lavatory wastewater Nanotrap® Microbiome A Particles workflows" Abstract: The effective detection of viruses in aircraft wastewater prevalence and concentrations of 15 endogenous viruses including ssDNA, dsDNA, ssRNA in 24 aircraft lavatory wastewater crAssphage), human polyomavirus (HPyV), rhinovirus A (RhV A), and rhinovirus B (RhV B) were detected in all wastewater

  • Nanotrap® Microbiome B Particles Capture and Concentrate Bacterial Pathogens from Wastewater

    APPLICATION NOTE SKU 10XXX SKU 65XXX Download full application note here Key Advantages > Nanotrap® Enterica, and crAssphage from wastewater without the need of filtration, bead-beating, or centrifugation Introduction Recently, wastewater surveillance has become widely recognized as a powerful tool to identify Many of the investments made to date have been focused on developing wastewater surveillance methods Nanotrap particle methods have also enabled detection of monkeypox and hepatitis A virus in wastewater

  • Tracing the origin of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron-like spike sequences detected in wastewater

    medRxiv May 2023 Background The origin of divergent SARS-CoV-2 spike sequences found in wastewater, but These “cryptic” wastewater sequences have harbored many of the same mutations that later emerged in Omicron We first detected a cryptic lineage in municipal wastewater in Wisconsin in January 2022. Findings The persistence of the Wisconsin Lineage signal allowed us to trace it from a central wastewater Interpretation We propose that prolonged detection of the Wisconsin Lineage in wastewater represents

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