Adaptor Order In Pe Sequencing On Illumina Hiseq
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Sakti ▴ 510

Dear all,

This might be a stupid question, but it's better asking than wasting a whole lane of HiSeq (and my PI hating me for the rest of my degree ).

I have different regions I'd like to amplify using PCR with primers that already have ligated Illumina PE adaptors to them, as in the following scheme:

Forward primer: [P1adaptor][forward.primer.sequence]


Using one of my examples:

forward primer: [ATGAGGGTCCAATCCATAAGC]
reverse primer: {AGAGACATCGGTCTCTGATGGT}


forward with P1: AATGATA...CGCTCTTCCGATCT[ATGAGGGTCCAATCCATAAGC]
reverse with P2: CAAGCAG...CTCTTCCGATCT{AGAGACATCGGTCTCTGATGGT}


So the PCR product would look something like:

*[P1adaptor][forward.primer.sequence]XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX


My question is, would it matter if I swap the order of adaptors so that instead of forward primer having PE1 adaptor it has PE2??

Like this:

Reverse primer: [P1adaptor][reverse.primer.sequence]


And with the used examples:

forward with P2: CAAGCAG...CTCTTCCGATCT[ATGAGGGTCCAATCCATAAGC]
reverse with P1: AATGATA...CGCTCTTCCGATCT{AGAGACATCGGTCTCTGATGGT}


I think it shouldn't alter anything, just basically the order in which the primer sequence is reported (reverse primer now being reported in the 1st PE reads rather than the 2nd reads). But still,I want to know if that alters the PCR reaction itself (i.e. primers going outwards instead of ampiying into the region I want)

Thanks!!!

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This is not really a bioinformatics question, more a molecular biology protocol. SEQanswers or a protocols forum might be a better place to ask.

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Christof Winter ★ 1.0k

primers going outwards instead of ampiying into the region I want


No, the primer has in inherent order -- polymerase always adds at the 3' end of the primer. So if your primer design is right, there is no way you could mess this up by attaching adapters to the 5' end of the primer.