New Astrovirus Monoclonal Antibodies
Jul 19 2018 Read 472 Times
Astrovirus is a relatively newly discovered family of non-enveloped RNA viruses that cause gastroenteritis in animals and humans. Young children and the elderly are most susceptible due to underdeveloped or waning immune systems respectively. Symptoms include vomiting and diarrhoea which can lead to dehydration. The virus can be detected in faeces via PCR and immunoassay.
ViroStat has released a set of new Monoclonal Antibodies to Astrovirus. These antibodies are specific to the major capsid protein of the virus and form pairs for detecting this antigen.
Download the data sheets for these new antibodies at www.virostat-inc.com.
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