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Amplicon library protocol for metabarcoding-based diet analysis in blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) using faecal DNA v1

Authors: James Nicholls; James Nicholls;

Amplicon library protocol for metabarcoding-based diet analysis in blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) using faecal DNA v1

Abstract

Amplicon library protocol for metabarcoding-based diet analysis in blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) using faecal DNA. This methodology uses a two-stage PCR method to produce amplicon libraries for sequencing on an Illumina MiSeq. Amplicons are required to be short (roughly 225-260 base pairs of target sequence, including priming sites) as the starting DNA, obtained from faeces, is highly degraded. Primers and PCR conditions are presented for three loci. These loci are: a.cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) - the 5’ end of the Folmer region, the standard animal barcoding gene. Targets animal (in particular invertebrate) DNA. b.16S rRNA - a second mitochondrial gene, again targeting invertebrate DNA but also amplifying avian DNA in order to identify the species producing the faeces. c.rbcL - a plastid gene, designed to target plant DNA.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Faecal dna biology Library Protocol Diet analysis Cyanistes Zoology Amplicon biology.organism_classification

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