CometSlide

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4250-004-03
4250-050-03
4250-200-03

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CometSlide Summary

A 2-well slide that sample-ready, pretreated, and optimized for use in the CometAssay System.

Why Use CometSlides for the CometAssay?

CometSlide is a component of the CometAssay Kit (R&D Systems®, Catalog # 4250-050-K) which is used for the rapid analysis of DNA fragmentation associated with DNA damage. CometSlide is a 2-well slide that is specially treated to promote agarose adherence and easy application of cells directly to each well. This slide provides a convenient, simple, and reliable format for sample preparation, processing, analysis, and storage for the CometAssay.

The CometAssay, or single cell gel electrophoresis assay, permits the quantification of DNA damage in individual cells based on the migration of DNA structures in an electric field. Evaluation of the DNA “Comet” tail shape and migration pattern allows for assessment of DNA damage, expressed as tail length, percent DNA in the tail and tail moment.

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Shipping Conditions
The product is shipped at ambient temperature. Upon receipt, store it immediately at the temperature recommended on the label.
Storage
Store the unopened product at room temperature. Do not use past expiration date.
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Limitations

For research use only. Not for diagnostic use.

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Citations for CometSlide

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  1. Genotoxicity Evaluation of Metformin in Freshwater Planarian Dugesia japonica by the Comet Assay and RAPD Analysis
    Authors: D Yin, Z Xu, M Feng, Z Zhao, D Chen, L Song
    BioMed Research International, 2022;2022(0):2822605.  2022
  2. Targeting DNA repair with combined inhibition of NHEJ and MMEJ induces synthetic lethality in TP53-mutant cancers
    Authors: J Patterson-, A Bose, WC Tsai, CJ Grochala, H Nguyen, J Zhou, K Parmar, JB Lazaro, JF Liu, K McQueen, GI Shapiro, D Kozono, AD D'Andrea
    Cancer Research, 2022;0(0):.  2022
  3. Safety evaluation of carbon tetrafluoride as an inert hyperbaric breathing gas in Sprague-Dawley rats
    Authors: MS Makowski, C Sproul, C Swartz, JI Everitt, DA Knaus, JC Wilbur, RE Moon
    Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 2022;444(0):116023.  2022
  4. Mutations of the DNA repair gene PNKP in a patient with microcephaly, seizures, and developmental delay (MCSZ) presenting with a high-grade brain tumor
    Authors: B Jiang, C Murray, BL Cole, JNM Glover, GK Chan, J Deschenes, RS Mani, S Subedi, JD Nerva, AC Wang, CM Lockwood, HC Mefford, SES Leary, JG Ojemann, M Weinfeld, CI Ene
    Scientific Reports, 2022;12(1):5386.  2022
  5. The out-of-field dose in radiation therapy induces delayed tumorigenesis by senescence evasion
    Authors: E Goy, M Tomezak, C Facchin, N Martin, E Bouchaert, J Benoit, C de Schutte, J Nassour, L Saas, C Drullion, PM Brodin, A Vandeputte, O Molendi-Co, L Pineau, G Goormachti, O Pluquet, A Pourtier, F Cleri, E Lartigau, N Penel, C Abbadie
    Elife, 2022;11(0):.  2022
  6. Elp1 facilitates RAD51-mediated homologous recombination repair via translational regulation
    Authors: WT Chen, HY Tseng, CL Jiang, CY Lee, P Chi, LY Chen, KY Lo, IC Wang, FJ Lin
    Journal of Biomedical Science, 2021;28(1):81.  2021
  7. DNA glycosylase deficiency leads to decreased severity of lupus in the Polb-Y265C mouse model
    Authors: SL Paluri, M Burak, AG Senejani, M Levinson, T Rahim, K Clairmont, M Kashgarian, I Alvarado-C, R Meas, M Cardó-Vila, C Zeiss, S Maher, ALM Bothwell, E Coskun, M Kant, P Jaruga, M Dizdaroglu, R Stephen Ll, JB Sweasy
    DNA repair, 2021;105(0):103152.  2021
  8. PLA2R1 promotes DNA damage and inhibits spontaneous tumor formation during aging
    Authors: A Huna, A Griveau, D Vindrieux, S Jaber, JM Flaman, D Goehrig, L Azzi, JJ Médard, S Djebali, H Hernandez-, R Dante, L Payen, J Marvel, P Bertolino, S Aubert, P Dubus, D Bernard
    Cell Death & Disease, 2021;12(2):190.  2021
  9. R-loop proximity proteomics identifies a role of DDX41 in transcription-associated genomic instability
    Authors: T Mosler, F Conte, GMC Longo, I Mikicic, N Kreim, MM Möckel, G Petrosino, J Flach, J Barau, B Luke, V Roukos, P Beli
    Nature Communications, 2021;12(1):7314.  2021
  10. Aldehyde dehydrogenase inhibitors promote DNA damage in ovarian cancer and synergize with ATM/ATR inhibitors
    Authors: E Grimley, AJ Cole, TT Luong, SC McGonigal, S Sinno, D Yang, KA Bernstein, RJ Buckanovic
    Theranostics, 2021;11(8):3540-3551.  2021
  11. The chromatin remodeler RSF1 coordinates epigenetic marks for transcriptional repression and DSB repair
    Authors: S Min, HS Lee, JH Ji, Y Heo, Y Kim, S Chae, YW Choi, HC Kang, M Nakanishi, H Cho
    Nucleic Acids Research, 2021;49(21):12268-12283.  2021
  12. Targeting eIF4F translation complex sensitizes B-ALL cells to tyrosine kinase inhibition
    Authors: TT Vo, LO Herzog, R Buono, JS Lee, S Mallya, MR Duong, J Thao, M Gotesman, DA Fruman
    Scientific Reports, 2021;11(1):21689.  2021
  13. A DYRK1B-dependent pathway suppresses rDNA transcription in response to DNA damage
    Authors: C Dong, L An, CH Yu, MSY Huen
    Nucleic Acids Research, 2021;0(0):.  2021
  14. Deep learning method for comet segmentation and comet assay image analysis
    Authors: Y Hong, HJ Han, H Lee, D Lee, J Ko, ZY Hong, JY Lee, JH Seok, HS Lim, WC Son, I Sohn
    Sci Rep, 2020;10(1):18915.  2020
  15. Impairment of sirtuin 1-mediated DNA repair is involved in bisphenol A-induced aggravation of macrophage inflammation and atherosclerosis
    Authors: Y Yang, C Liu, J Yang, F Yuan, R Cheng, R Chen, Y Shen, L Huang
    Chemosphere, 2020;0(0):128997.  2020
  16. Super-resolution visualization of distinct stalled and broken replication fork structures
    Authors: DR Whelan, WTC Lee, F Marks, YT Kong, Y Yin, E Rothenberg
    PloS Genetics, 2020;16(12):e1009256.  2020
  17. Kv10.1 Regulates Microtubule Dynamics during Mitosis
    Authors: N Movsisyan, LA Pardo
    Cancers (Basel), 2020;12(9):.  2020
  18. Alkyladenine DNA glycosylase deficiency uncouples alkylation-induced strand break generation from PARP-1 activation and glycolysis inhibition
    Authors: FA Alhumaydhi, D de O Lopes, DL Bordin, ASM Aljohani, CB Lloyd, MD McNicholas, L Milano, CF Charlier, I Villela, JAP Henriques, KE Plant, RM Elliott, LB Meira
    Sci Rep, 2020;10(1):2209.  2020
  19. Abnormal leaf development of rpt5a mutant under zinc deficiency reveals important role of DNA damage alleviation for normal leaf development
    Authors: N Sotta, T Sakamoto, S Matsunaga, T Fujiwara
    Sci Rep, 2019;9(1):9369.  2019
  20. Repair-independent functions of DNA-PKcs protect irradiated cells from mitotic slippage and accelerated senescence
    Authors: Y Liu, EV Efimova, A Ramamurthy, SJ Kron
    J. Cell. Sci., 2019;132(13):.  2019
  21. Barrier-to-autointegration factor 1 (Banf1) regulates poly [ADP-ribose] polymerase 1 (PARP1) activity following oxidative DNA damage
    Authors: E Bolderson, JT Burgess, J Li, NS Gandhi, D Boucher, LV Croft, S Beard, JJ Plowman, A Suraweera, MN Adams, A Naqi, SD Zhang, DA Sinclair, KJ O'Byrne, DJ Richard
    Nat Commun, 2019;10(1):5501.  2019
  22. Alkyladenine DNA glycosylase associates with transcription elongation to coordinate DNA repair with gene expression
    Authors: NP Montaldo, DL Bordin, A Brambilla, M Rösinger, SL Fordyce Ma, KØ Bjørås, S Bradamante, PA Aas, A Furrer, LC Olsen, N Kunath, M Otterlei, P Sætrom, M Bjørås, LD Samson, B van Loon
    Nat Commun, 2019;10(1):5460.  2019
  23. Inducing and exploiting vulnerabilities for the treatment of liver cancer
    Authors: C Wang, S Vegna, H Jin, B Benedict, C Lieftink, C Ramirez, RL de Oliveir, B Morris, J Gadiot, W Wang, A du Chatini, L Wang, D Gao, B Evers, G Jin, Z Xue, A Schepers, F Jochems, AM Sanchez, S Mainardi, H Te Riele, RL Beijersber, W Qin, L Akkari, R Bernards
    Nature, 2019;0(0):.  2019
  24. Recovery from repeated stressors: Physiology and behavior are affected on different timescales in house sparrows
    Authors: BMG Gormally, R Estrada, H Yin, LM Romero
    Gen. Comp. Endocrinol., 2019;282(0):113225.  2019
  25. Cell line-specific efficacy of thermoradiotherapy in human and canine cancer cells in vitro
    Authors: KJ Nytko, P Thumser-He, MS Weyland, S Scheidegge, CR Bley
    PLoS ONE, 2019;14(5):e0216744.  2019
  26. Phytoremediation efficacy assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons contaminated soils using garden pea (Pisum sativum) and earthworms (Eisenia fetida)
    Authors: AK Sivaram, P Logeshwara, R Lockington, R Naidu, M Megharaj
    Chemosphere, 2019;229(0):227-235.  2019
  27. O-GlcNAcylation enhances double strand break repair, promotes cancer cell proliferation and prevents therapy-induced senescence in irradiated tumors
    Authors: EV Efimova, OK Appelbe, N Ricco, SS Lee, Y Liu, DJ Wolfgeher, TN Collins, AC Flor, A Ramamurthy, S Warrington, VP Bindokas, SJ Kron
    Mol. Cancer Res., 2019;0(0):.  2019
  28. PRRX1 isoforms cooperate with FOXM1 to regulate the DNA damage response in pancreatic cancer cells
    Authors: B Marchand, JR Pitarresi, M Reichert, K Suzuki, D Laczkó, AK Rustgi
    Oncogene, 2019;0(0):.  2019
  29. Spatial and temporal variation of three biomarkers in Mytilus edulis
    Authors: S Strubbia, BP Lyons, RJ Lee
    Mar. Pollut. Bull., 2019;138(0):322-327.  2019
  30. CtIP-BRCA1 complex and MRE11 maintain replication forks in the presence of chain terminating nucleoside analogs
    Authors: M Mohiuddin, MM Rahman, JE Sale, CE Pearson
    Nucleic Acids Res., 2019;0(0):.  2019
  31. STAT5A/B BLOCKADE SENSITIZES PROSTATE CANCER TO RADIATION THROUGH INHIBITION OF RAD51 AND DNA REPAIR
    Authors: C Maranto, V Udhane, DT Hoang, L Gu, V Alexeev, KM Malas, K Cardenas, JR Brody, U Rodeck, C Bergom, KA Iczkowski, K Jacobsohn, WA See, SM Schmitt, MT Nevalainen
    Clin. Cancer Res., 2018;0(0):.  2018
  32. Targeting the lysosome by an aminomethylated Riccardin D triggers DNA damage through cathepsin B-mediated degradation of BRCA1
    Authors: Y Wang, H Niu, Z Hu, M Zhu, L Wang, L Han, L Qian, K Tian, H Yuan, H Lou
    J. Cell. Mol. Med., 2018;0(0):.  2018
  33. Marginal Zinc Deficiency and Environmentally Relevant Concentrations of Arsenic Elicit Combined Effects on the Gut Microbiome
    Authors: CA Gaulke, J Rolshoven, CP Wong, LG Hudson, E Ho, TJ Sharpton
    mSphere, 2018;3(6):.  2018
  34. Silencing of human DNA polymerase lambda causes replication stress and is synthetically lethal with an impaired S phase checkpoint.
    Authors: Zucca E, Bertoletti F, Wimmer U, Ferrari E, Mazzini G, Khoronenkova S, Grosse N, van Loon B, Dianov G, Hubscher U, Maga G
    Nucleic Acids Res, 0;41(1):229-41.  0
  35. Synthetic beta-nitrostyrene derivative CYT-Rx20 as inhibitor of oral cancer cell proliferation and tumor growth through glutathione suppression and reactive oxygen species induction.
    Authors: Wang Y, Chen Y, Hsu Y, Chiu W, Tsai C, Hu S, Hsieh P, Yuan S
    Head Neck, 0;39(6):1055-1064.  0
  36. The GH/IGF-1 axis in a critical period early in life determines cellular DNA repair capacity by altering transcriptional regulation of DNA repair-related genes: implications for the developmental origins of cancer.
    Authors: Podlutsky A, Valcarcel-Ares M, Yancey K, Podlutskaya V, Nagykaldi E, Gautam T, Miller R, Sonntag W, Csiszar A, Ungvari Z
    Geroscience, 0;39(2):147-160.  0
  37. Caspase-9 is required for normal hematopoietic development and protection from alkylator-induced DNA damage in mice.
    Authors: Lu E, McLellan M, Ding L, Fulton R, Mardis E, Wilson R, Miller C, Westervelt P, DiPersio J, Link D, Walter M, Ley T, Graubert T
    Blood, 0;124(26):3887-95.  0
  38. Mitochondrial reactive oxygen species are scavenged by Cockayne syndrome B protein in human fibroblasts without nuclear DNA damage.
    Authors: Cleaver J, Brennan-Minnella A, Swanson R, Fong K, Chen J, Chou K, Chen Y, Revet I, Bezrookove V
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 0;111(37):13487-92.  0
  39. Sexual signals reflect telomere dynamics in a wild bird.
    Authors: Taff C, Freeman-Gallant C
    Ecol Evol, 0;7(10):3436-3442.  0
  40. FASN regulates cellular response to genotoxic treatments by increasing PARP-1 expression and DNA repair activity via NF-κB and SP1.
    Authors: Wu X, Dong Z, Wang C, Barlow L, Fako V, Serrano M, Zou Y, Liu J, Zhang J
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 0;0(0):.  0
  41. Toxicological profile of small airway epithelial cells exposed to gold nanoparticles.
    Authors: Ng C, Li J, Gurung R, Hande M, Ong C, Bay B, Yung L
    Exp Biol Med (Maywood), 0;238(12):1355-61.  0
  42. Intracellular deoxyribonucleotide pool imbalance and DNA damage in cells treated with hydroxyurea, an inhibitor of ribonucleotide reductase.
    Authors: Osterman Golkar S, Czene S, Gokarakonda A, Haghdoost S
    Mutagenesis, 0;28(6):653-60.  0
  43. Y265C DNA polymerase beta knockin mice survive past birth and accumulate base excision repair intermediate substrates.
    Authors: Senejani A, Dalal S, Liu Y, Nottoli T, McGrath J, Clairmont C, Sweasy J
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 0;109(17):6632-7.  0
  44. Nongenotoxic apoptosis inducers do not produce misleading positive results in the TK6 cell-based GADD45a-GFP genotoxicity assay.
    Authors: Topham C, Billinton N, Walmsley R
    Toxicol Sci, 0;128(1):79-91.  0
  45. The S229L colon tumor-associated variant of DNA polymerase beta induces cellular transformation as a result of decreased polymerization efficiency.
    Authors: Nemec A, Murphy D, Donigan K, Sweasy J
    J Biol Chem, 0;289(20):13708-16.  0
  46. CK2 inhibitor CX-4945 suppresses DNA repair response triggered by DNA-targeted anticancer drugs and augments efficacy: mechanistic rationale for drug combination therapy.
    Authors: Siddiqui-Jain A, Bliesath J, Macalino D, Omori M, Huser N, Streiner N, Ho C, Anderes K, Proffitt C, O'Brien S, Lim J, Von Hoff D, Ryckman D, Rice W, Drygin D
    Mol Cancer Ther, 0;11(4):994-1005.  0
  47. Validation of freezing tissues and cells for analysis of DNA strand break levels by comet assay.
    Authors: Jackson P, Pedersen L, Kyjovska Z, Jacobsen N, Saber A, Hougaard K, Vogel U, Wallin H
    Mutagenesis, 0;28(6):699-707.  0
  48. Effects of chronic exposure to an environmentally relevant mixture of brominated flame retardants on the reproductive and thyroid system in adult male rats.
    Authors: Ernest S, Wade M, Lalancette C, Ma Y, Berger R, Robaire B, Hales B
    Toxicol Sci, 0;127(2):496-507.  0
  49. ATM regulates NF-kappaB-dependent immediate-early genes via RelA Ser 276 phosphorylation coupled to CDK9 promoter recruitment.
    Authors: Fang L, Choudhary S, Zhao Y, Edeh C, Yang C, Boldogh I, Brasier A
    Nucleic Acids Res, 0;42(13):8416-32.  0
  50. Sequential combination therapy of ovarian cancer with degradable N-(2-hydroxypropyl)methacrylamide copolymer paclitaxel and gemcitabine conjugates.
    Authors: Zhang R, Yang J, Sima M, Zhou Y, Kopecek J
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 0;111(33):12181-6.  0
  51. B1, a novel HDAC inhibitor, induces apoptosis through the regulation of STAT3 and NF-kappaB.
    Authors: Cheng M, Wong Y, Chang C, Yang C, Chen S, Yuan C, Kuo H, Yang C, Chiu H
    Int J Mol Med, 0;39(5):1137-1148.  0
  52. Oncolytic virus-mediated manipulation of DNA damage responses: synergy with chemotherapy in killing glioblastoma stem cells.
    Authors: Kanai R, Rabkin S, Yip S, Sgubin D, Zaupa C, Hirose Y, Louis D, Wakimoto H, Martuza R
    J Natl Cancer Inst, 0;104(1):42-55.  0

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  1. Is it necessary to use a coverslip with CometSlides™?

    • FLARE™ and CometSlides™ were designed to be used without coverslips because removal of the coverslip could cause detachment of the agarose and cause damage to the samples.

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