Influenza B Virus IgM ELISA Kit (DEIA1916)

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Size
96T
Sample
serum
Species Reactivity
Human
Intended Use
The Influenza B Virus IgM Enzyme Immunoassay Kitprovides materials measurement of IgM-class antibodies to Influenza virus B in serum.
Contents of Kit
1. Microtiter wells
2. Sample Diluent
3. IgG-RF-Sorbent
4. High Control
5. Neg. Control
6. Cut-off Control
7. Enzyme Conjugate
8. Substrate Solution
9. Stop Solution
10. Wash Solution
Storage
Store the kit at 2-8°C. Keep microwells sealed in a dry bag with desiccants. For more detailed information, please download the following document on our website.

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References


Detection of different genotypes of infectious bronchitis virus and of infectious bursal disease virus in European broilers during an epidemiological study in 2013 and the consequences for the diagnostic approach

AVIAN PATHOLOGY

Authors: de Wit, J. J.; Cazaban, C.; Dijkman, R.; Ramon, G.; Gardin, Y.

To gather recent data regarding the infectious bronchitis (IB) and infectious bursal disease (IBD) situation in Europe, a large-scale field epidemiological survey using diagnostic samples has been implemented in 2013 for about six months in several European countries: France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and the UK. In 234 flocks that were sampled, strains from 10 different IBV genotypes were detected: the 793B genotype was detected most frequently, followed by QX, Massachusetts (Mass) and the Xindadi-like strains. Strains belonging to the Q1, Ark, D274, D1466, Italy-02 and B1648 genotypes were detected as well, although less frequently. The separate sampling of tracheas and kidneys for IBV detection using reverse transcriptase PCR was very useful, as different genotypes or significant differences in sequences of the same genotype were detected between both organs. The data of this survey also provided valuable information about the replication of IBD vaccines and subsequent infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) antibody responses under field conditions. The detection of five non-vvIBDV field strains of two different genotypes shows the presence of non-vvIBDV non-vaccine strains, which can easily be undetected in Europe due to the focus on sampling of clinically ill birds. Detection of vaccine virus in the bursa and antibody response to the IBD vaccination in flocks that had been vaccinated by the drinking water with a live attenuated vaccine compared to a vaccination in the hatchery using an immune-complex vaccine showed a delayed replication of the vaccines that had been applied by the drinking water, indicating mistakes in the timing and/or application of the vaccines.

The Ablowitz-Ladik system on a graph

NONLINEARITY

Authors: Xia, Baoqiang

This paper presents an approach to study initial-boundary value (IBV) problems for integrable nonlinear differential-difference equations (DDEs) posed on a graph. As an illustrative example, we consider the Ablowitz-Ladik system posed on a graph that is constituted by N semi-infinite lattices (edges) connected through some boundary conditions. We first show that analyzing this problem is equivalent to analyzing a certain matrix IBV problem; then we employ the unified transform method (UTM) to analyze this matrix IBV problem. We also compare our results with some previously known studies. In particular, we show that the inverse scattering method (ISM) for the integrable DDEs on the set of integers can be recovered from the UTM applied to our N = 2 graph problem as a particular case, and the non-local reductions of integrable DDEs can be obtained as local reductions from our results.

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