LipL32 is a component of the leptospiral outer membrane and the most prominent protein in the leptospiral protein profile. It is also a very important immunogen during human leptospirosis. The sequence and expression of LipL32 is highly conserved among pathogenic Leptospira species. These findings indicate that LipL32 may be important in the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and prevention of leptospirosis.
For diagnosis of the disease in dogs, beef cattle, pigs and horses.
As some human normal sera contains IgG antibodies against mannan from various pathogenic Candida species, they can interact with the CCD structures of the proteins produced in Pichia pastoris. With addition of this sorbent, the anti-CCD antibodies will be kidnapped, and the specificity of the assay will increase.SOR0001
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