Recombinant antigen p18 for Epstein-barr virus (EBV)

Epstein-barr virus (EBV)

p18 is an antigen of 18 kDa codified by the BFRF3 gene. Antibody to VCA are found both in early and late EBV infection. At the time of infection, antibody of both the IgM and IgG types are detectable. After four to six months, usually, only the IgG antibody against VCA can be found. VCA-p18 can be considered to be the best dominant immunoreactive antigen for use in IgM VCA diagnosis (Wout et al., 1993, J. of Virology, p. 3908-3916).

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Name
p18
Description
Viral capsid antigen
Gene
BFRF3
Purity
> 95% by observation on SDS-PAGE electrophoresis
References
SKU Source Applications In-house validation Details
RAG0049 Top product (Satisfaction guarantee) E. coli WB, DB, IE, DE, CLIA, LF ELISA Example of a certificate of analysis Material Safety Data Sheet
RAG0049BIOT (biotinylated) E. coli WB, DB, CE, NP, PO ELISA Example of a certificate of analysis Material Safety Data Sheet
WB: Western Blot | DB: Dot Blot | IE: Indirect ELISA | DE: positive control in Direct ELISA | CLIA: Chemiluminescent immunoassay | LF: Lateral-Flow | CE: Capture ELISA | DAS: Double Antigen Sandwich ELISA | NP: Nanoparticles binding | PO: Plate orientation | COA: Certificate of analysis | SDS: Material Safety Data Sheet
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Biotinylation
This protein is available biotinylated
Peroxidation
Request this protein conjugated to peroxidase (HRP)
Formats
Liquid solution or dry powder (lyophilised) in vials of 0.1 mg, 1 mg and bulk
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