Magic™ Anti-Norovirus genogroup II Monoclonal Antibody (DMABP-L28)

Mouse Anti-Norovirus genogroup II Monoclonal Antibody for Lateral Flow, ELISA, WB


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ELISA Capture: 2-8 μg/mL; ELISA Detection: 0.5-2.0 μg/mL
We recommend the following for sandwich ELISA (Capture - Detection): DMABP-L29 - DMABP-L28
*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.


Alternative Names
nephroblastoma overexpressed; CCN3; NOVh; IBP-9; IGFBP9; IGFBP-9
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Improving Arsenic Tolerance of Pyrococcus furiosus by Heterologous Expression of a Respiratory Arsenate Reductase


Authors: Haja, Dominik K.; Wu, Chang-Hao; Ponomarenko, Olena; Poole, Farris L.; George, Graham N.; Adams, Michael W. W.

Arsenate is a notorious toxicant that is known to disrupt multiple biochemical pathways. Many microorganisms have developed mechanisms to detoxify arsenate using the ArsC-type arsenate reductase, and some even use arsenate as a terminal electron acceptor for respiration involving arsenate respiratory reductase (Arr). ArsC-type reductases have been studied extensively, but the phylogenetically unrelated Arr system is less investigated and has not been characterized from Archaea. Here, we heterologously expressed the genes encoding Arr from the crenarchaeon Pyrobaculum aerophilum in the euryarchaeon Pyrococcus furiosus, both of which grow optimally near 100 degrees C. Recombinant P. furiosus was grown on molybdenum (Mo)- or tungsten (W)-containing medium, and two types of recombinant Arr enzymes were purified, one containing Mo (Arr-Mo) and one containing W (Arr-W). Purified Arr-Mo had a 140-fold higher specific activity in arsenate [As(V)] reduction than Arr-W, and Arr-Mo also reduced arsenite [As(III)]. The P. furiosus strain expressing Arr-Mo (the Arr strain) was able to use arsenate as a terminal electron acceptor during growth on peptides. In addition, the Arr strain had increased tolerance compared to that of the parent strain to arsenate and also, surprisingly, to arsenite. Compared to the parent, the Arr strain accumulated intracellularly almost an order of magnitude more arsenic when cells were grown in the presence of arsenite. X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) results suggest that the Arr strain of P. furiosus improves its tolerance to arsenite by increasing production of less-toxic arsenate and nontoxic methylated arsenicals compared to that by the parent. IMPORTANCE Arsenate respiratory reductases (Arr) are much less characterized than the detoxifying arsenate reductase system. The heterologous expression and characterization of an Arr from Pyrobaculum aerophilum in Pyrococcus furiosus provides new insights into the function of this enzyme. From in vivo studies, production of Arr not only enabled P. furiosus to use arsenate [As(V)] as a terminal electron acceptor, it also provided the organism with a higher resistance to arsenate and also, surprisingly, to arsenite [As(III)]. In contrast to the tungsten-containing oxidoreductase enzymes natively produced by P. furiosus, recombinant P. aerophilum Arr was much more active with molybdenum than with tungsten. It is also, to our knowledge, the only characterized Arr to be active with both molybdenum and tungsten in the active site.

Two genera Campyloneurus Szepligeti and Iphiaulax Foerster in China, with the descriptions of fourteen new species (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Braconinae)


Authors: Li, Yang; Van Achterberg, Cornelis; Chen, Xue-Xin

The species of the genus Campyloneurus Szepligeti and Iphiaulax Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Braconinae) from China are revised and 32 species are recognized, including 14 new species (Campyloneurus brachyurus sp. nov., C. lasiofacialis sp. nov., C. Iongitergum sp. nov., C. longitudinalis sp. nov., C. micromacularis sp. nov., C. nigriventris sp. nov., C. promiscuus sp. nov., C. pachvpus sp. nov., C. quadraticeps sp. nov., C. robusticella sp. nov., C. rugifacialis sp. nov., C. stigmosus sp. nov., C. tergipunctatus sp. nov. and Iphiaulax longinen'is sp. nov.), which are described and fully illustrated. Campyloneurus kirbyi (Cameron, 1905) is reported from China for the first time. A key to taxonomically similar genera, Campyloneurus, Craspedolcus Enderlein, Cyanopterus Haliday, Iphiaulax and Maculibracon Li, van Achterberg & Chen), and a key to the Chinese species of the genera Campyloneurus and Iphiaulax are provided.

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