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New Monosan Antibody Release: Adenovirus (20/11 & 2/6)

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our newest antibody, Adenovirus (20/11 & 2/6). This marker is available in a concentrated and prediluted format.

Monosan's mouse monoclonal Adenovirus is also compatible with multiple automated platforms. Adenoviruses are a group of viruses that can infect the membranes (tissue linings) of the respiratory tract, eyes, intestines, and urinary tract.  Localization of adenovirus occurs in the superficial epithelium/mucosa and adenovirus must be differentiated from CMV and HSV, which have similar overlapping morphological features (although CMV is localized in the endothelium).  Bone marrow, heart and lung transplant patients have a 5-10% chance of adenovirus infection.  Adenoviruses also account for about 10% of acute respiratory infections in children. This antibody can be marketed to all labs using CMV, children’s hospitals and large hospitals that perform transplants.

 

Code: MON3389
Name: Adenovirus (20/11 & 2/6)
Host: Mouse
Isotype: IgG1/k
Size: 1.0 ml concentrate
Visualization: Cytoplasmic, Nuclear
Dilution Range: 1:25-1:100

 

 

Code: MON-RTU1283
Name: Adenovirus (20/11 & 2/6)
Host: Mouse
Isotype: IgG1/k
Size: 7.0 ml predilute
Visualization: Cytoplasmic, Nuclear

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