Anti-GVB polyclonal antibody (CABT-B1001)

Specifications


Host Species
Rabbit
Antibody Isotype
IgG
Species Reactivity
Grapevine Virus B
Immunogen
A synthetic peptide corresponding to aa 9-21 (KIRSNISELLCAG) of coat protein from GVB
Conjugate
Unconjugated

Applications


Application Notes
WB:1:2000
*Suggested working dilutions are given as a guide only. It is recommended that the user titrates the product for use in their own experiment using appropriate negative and positive controls.

Target


Alternative Names
Grapevine Virus B

Product Background


Antigen Description
GVB belongs to the genus Vitivirus of the family Flexiviridae and its genome is composed by a single-stranded positive-sense RNA and a single coat protein subunit of 21kDa. GVB is the causal agent of corky baek, a major disease of the grapevine, and is transmitted by insects vectors or grafting.

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References


Structural Design for ITER Gas Injection System Gas Fueling Gas Valve Box

FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Authors: Xia, Z. W.; Li, W.; Liu, X. G.; Huang, X. M.; Pan, Y. D.; Liu, S.; Jiang, T.; Li, B.; Maruyama, S.; Yang, Y.; Kiss, G.; Kruezi, U.

The ITER gas injection system delivers gases from the tritium plant to the vacuum vessel, fueling pellet injection system, and neutral beam for plasma operation and fusion power shutdown. In this system, the gas fueling (GF) gas valve box (GVB) is an indispensable part that mainly provides functions of gas throughput control and measurement of gas pressure, flow rate, and temperature. The preliminary structure design is largely driven by the requirements of magnetic field compatibility and limited integration space. A strong magnetic field of over 0.2 T exists around the GVB locations, so a magnetic shielding design is required to ensure the normal function of susceptible components. Instead of the previous overall shielding, a local magnetic shielding has been developed by a validated analysis method. As a result, the total weight of the shield has been reduced from over 7000 kg to about 200 kg. Furthermore, considering the limited space reservation, a highly compact flat layout for the GF GVB has been developed to ensure enough maintenance space in front of it. In addition, other requirements such as structure integrity under various load combinations, leak detectability, in situ maintainability, etc., have all been taken into account.

Combining rival -space descriptions of O-3 and of SO2

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY

Authors: Penotti, Fabio E.; Cooper, David L.

Two rival solutions have emerged from applications of spin-coupled (SC) theory, also known as the full-generalized valence bond (full-GVB) approach, to the system of O-3. The lowest solution (SCd) corresponds to significant diradical character but there is a second solution (SCc) which lies fairly close in energy. Combining these two descriptions, it turns out that both of them make significant contributions, with neither being dominant. The situation is entirely different for SO2, with the SCc description being overwhelmingly dominant over SCd. It can be concluded from an examination of various combinations of rival -space descriptions for both molecules that neither of the SCc nor SCd solutions provides a very satisfactory description on its own of the system in O-3, but that SO2 is already fairly well described by SCc before the explicit incorporation of any SCd character. (c) 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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