Mouse Adenovirus-FLandK87 EcoELISA Kit (DEIA2094)

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

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Intended Use
This kit is to be used for the Detection of Viral/Mycosomal Infections in Laboratory Animals.
Contents of Kit
1. Microtiter Strips
2. Dilution Buffer
3. HRP Conjugate
4. Positive Control Conjugate
5. Substrate Solution
6. Stop Solution
7. Wash Solution 40X
8. Positve Control Serum
9. Negative Control Serum
Upon receipt store entire microwell plate and remnant removawell-strips at -20°C or below.


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Flexible potentiometric pH sensors for wearable systems (vol 10, pg 8594, 2020)


Authors: Manjakkal, Libu; Dervin, Saoirse; Dahiya, Ravinder

Correction for 'Flexible potentiometric pH sensors for wearable systems' by Libu Manjakkal et al., RSC Adv., 2020, 10, 8594-8617.

Occurrence of human adenoviruses in a beach area of Guaruja, Sao Paulo, Brazil


Authors: Roveri, Vinicius; Guimaraes, Luciana Lopes; Correia, Alberto Teodorico; Demoliner, Meriane; Spilki, Fernando Rosado

Along the coastal zone of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, diffuse discharges that flow directly to tourist beaches are responsible for introducing various pathogens into recreational waters. The objective of this study was to analyze, for the first time, the presence of protozoa (Cryptosporidium ssp and Giardia ssp), as well as human mastadenoviruses (HAdV-species C and F) and other species of adenoviruses (AdV) in beach drainage channels of Enseada and Pereque, municipality of Guaruja, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Protozoa were not detected in any sample over the course of the 11-month study. In relation to HAdVs, 100% (n = 22) of the water samples presented contamination by at least one type of virus (C, D, or F species), suggesting potential risks to the public health following recreational exposure of beach users to these waters. Practitioner points First report on the presence of human adenoviruses in urban drainage channels in the coast of Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Urban surface water runoff is responsible for introducing human adenoviruses linked to disease outbreaks in areas of intense recreation. Cryptosporidium oocysts and Giardia cysts were below the limit of detection for all analyzed samples. However, all sites were positive for at least one of the viral species (HAdV-C, HAdV-D, or HAdV-F). Viral loads found in the water were similar to those commonly found in the wastewater.

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