Human sE-Selectin/CD62E ELISA Kit (DEIA2707)

Regulatory status: For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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cell culture supernatants, serum, plasma
Species Reactivity
Intended Use
For the quantitative determination of human soluble E-Selectin (sE-Selectin) concentrations in cell culture supernates, serum, and plasma.
Contents of Kit
1. sE-Selectin Microplate
2. sE-Selectin Conjugate
3. sE-Selectin Standard
4. Assay Diluent
5. Calibrator Diluent
6. Wash Buffer Concentrate
7. Color Reagent A
8. Color Reagent B
9. Stop Solution
Store at 2-8°C. Do not use past kit expiration date. For more detailed information, please download the following document on our website.
Detection Range
0.003-0.027 ng/mL
Detection Limit
0.009 ng/mL


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Relative sea-level rise and marine erosion and inundation in the Sele river coastal plain (Southern Italy): scenarios for the next century


Authors: Pappone, Gerardo; Aucelli, Pietro Patrizio Ciro; Aberico, Ines; Amato, Vincenzo; Antonioli, Fabrizio; Cesarano, Massimo; Di Paola, Gianluigi; Pelosi, Nicola

In order to assess the effects of possible future sea-level rise in the Sele plain, the lowlands prone to inundation and the rate of coastal erosion in the years 2050 and 2100 have been discussed and some conclusions are here proposed. The sea level at these two dates was calculated as the combination of three components: response of Italian coastal zones to the past deglaciation, variations in ocean volume due to the global warming and vertical land movements. The morpho-stratigraphical data, chronologically supported by C-14 and by archeo-tephro-stratigraphical dating, have allowed the identification of paleo-sea levels of the upper Pleistocene and Holocene (Amato et al. 2011). Such paleo-sea levels compared with those of the tectonically stable areas (Lambeck et al. 2011), permitted the detection of the different vertical land movements in the study area. In particular, in the SE sector of the coastal plain, the Holocene paleo-sea levels are slightly higher (ca. 1-2 m). These values could be considered due to a gentle uplift of the area during Holocene times (0.22 mm/year). In the central sector of the plain, near the Sele river mouth and in the NW sector, between the Sele and Tusciano river mouths, the altitude of the Late Quaternary coastal and lagoonal deposits are slightly lower (ca. 2-3 m). These values could be related to a gentle subsidence of the area during the Holocene (0.4 mm/year). The sea level rise of 5.9 mm/year (IPCC 2007) and 14 mm/year (Rahmstorf 2007) was considered to represent the maximum trends in the ocean volume variation at global scale. The third component, the glacio-hydro-isostasy, was represented by the value of 0.44 mm/year identified by Lambeck et al. (2011) at the Sele plain. The sum of these three components allowed to identify three sea-level scenarios slightly different for the northern and the southern sector of Sele plain, with values ranging from 357 to 1,526 mm and from 307 to 1,424 mm, respectively. For each scenario a simple approach was used, mainly based on the topographic elevation analysis of study area, applied to identify the extension of possible areas of inundation. It corresponds to a minimum value of about 0.42 km(2) for the 2050 AD and a maximum value of 7.6 km(2) for the 2100. Furthermore, according to the methodology proposed by Davidson-Arnott (2005), also the beach erosion was evaluated. The computations showed a potential mean landward retreat of the shoreline ranging from 19 to 93 m.

A candidate gene analysis of three related photosensitivity disorders: cutaneous lupus erythematosus, polymorphic light eruption and actinic prurigo


Authors: Millard, TP; Kondeatis, E; Cox, A; Wilson, AG; Grabczynska, SA; Carey, BS; Lewis, CM; Khamashta, MA; Duff, GW; Hughes, GRV; Hawk, JLM; Vaughan, RW; McGregor, JM

Background Polymorphic light eruption (PLE) is a common inherited photosensitivity disorder, which may predispose to several related but distinct conditions, including subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE), discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) and actinic prurigo (AP). Objectives To examine specific candidate genes for shared susceptibility alleles between these related phenotypes. Methods Eighty-five caucasian patients with annular SCLE or DLE were recruited, in addition to 102 first-degree relatives. The prevalence of PLE in both the patient and relative groups was determined by detailed interview and clinical examination. Eighty-five patients with pure PLE and 59 patients with AP were also recruited. Candidate genes were analysed by typing of single nucleotide polymorphisms of ILIO (-1082 G/A and -819 C/T), FCGR2A (131 R/H), SELE (128 S/R), ICAM1 (241 G/R and 469 E/K), IL1A (+ 4845 G/T), IL1B (-511 C/T and + 3954 CIT), IL1RN (+ 2018 T/C) and TNF (-308 G/A) using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) with sequence-specific primers and 5'-nuclease PCR. Results A significant association was found between SCLE and the rare TNF - 308 A allele when compared with patients with DLE (P = 0.043), PLE (P = 0.001), AP (P < 0.001) and healthy controls (P < 0.001). However, there was strong linkage disequilibrium between TNF - 308 A and the HLA A*01, B*08, DRB1*0301 haplotype. A negative association was also found between SCLE and the IL1B + 3954 T allele (P = 0.039), but the significance was lost on correction for multiple testing. Conclusions We have demonstrated the association of SCLE with the rare TNF - 308 A allele, which may be pathogenic or, alternatively, a marker allele for the extended HLA A*01, B*08, DRB1*0301 haplotype that is associated with a number of autoimmune conditions. Although many of the other loci that we chose failed to demonstrate an association, a candidate gene approach remains the most logical one, and the most likely to yield positive results in the future.

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