Human Non-Neuronal Enolase ELISA kit (DEIA-BJ1079)

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

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Size
96T
Sample
Serum, plasma, cell culture supernatants, body fluid and tissue homogenate
Species Reactivity
Human
Intended Use
Human Non-Neuronal Enolase ELISA kit is a 1.5 hour solid-phase ELISA designed for the quantitative determination of the Non-Neuronal Enolase. This ELISA kit is for research use only, not for therapeutic or diagnostic applications.
Contents of Kit
1. MICROTITER PLATE: 96 wells
2. ENZYME CONJUGATE: 6.0 mL or 10 ml
3. STANDARD A-F: 1 vial each
4. SUBSTRATE A: 6 mL
5. SUBSTRATE B: 6 mL
6. STOP SOLUTION: 6 mL
7. WASH SOLUTION (100 x): 10 mL
8. BALANCE SOLUTION: 3 mL
Storage
All components of this kit are stable at 2-8°C until the kit's expiration date.
Detection Range
1.0-25 ng/mL
Sensitivity
0.1 ng/mL

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References


Mesoproterozoic P-T-t-d history in the Vinjamuru domain, Nellore schist belt (SE India), and implications for SE India-East Antarctica correlation

PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH

Authors: Hrushikesh, H.; Prabhakar, N.; Bhattacharya, A.

The Vinjamuru Domain is an important crustal segment in the Nellore schist belt (NSB) and the tectono-metamorphic evolution of the belt provides insights into Proterozoic orogenesis in southeastern India, and is also relevant to an Indo-Antarctic correlation in the Late Paleoproterozoic and Middle Mesoproterozoic. Garnet-staurolite-kyanite bearing metapelites in this domain exhibit three metamorphic stages, e.g. M-1S, M-2S and M-3S in the Saidapuram-Sangam area (sector-S) and M-1N, M-2N and M-3N in the Vinjamuru-Malakonda area (sector-N). In both sectors, the metapelites exhibit shallow foliation (S-2) axial planar to recumbent folds (F-2) of an earlier schistosity (S-1), and overprinted by gently-plunging upright F-3 folds, with axial planar fabric (S-3) trending north in sector-S, and NNE in sector-N. Syn-D-3S garnet + staurolite + kyanite + muscovite + biotite + quartz + ilmenite plagioclase and garnet (late-D-2N to early-D-3N) + kyanite + muscovite + biotite + quartz + ilmenite +/- plagioclase +/- staurolite assemblages characterize the peak metamorphic episodes in the sector-S (M-3S, P = 8.8-9.2 kbar, T = 630-650 degrees C) and sector-N (M-3N, P = 6.5-7.5 kbar, T = 620-640 degrees C) respectively. The peak P-T conditions in the metapelites (M-3S/M-3N) are broadly contemporaneous with the steep-dipping S-3S in sector-S and shallow-dipping S-2N in sector-N. Total-Pb monazite dating in the chemically distinct monazite domains yields age populations at 1.65-1.55 Ga, 1.50-1.40 Ga, 1.38-1.25 Ga and 0.84-0.76 Ga. The oldest age population (1.65-1.55 Ga) possibly corresponds to large-scale reworking of the pre-existing crust in the Vinjamuru domain. Subsequently, the domain experienced prograde metamorphism (M-1S/M-1N-M-2S/M-2N) between 1.50 and 1.40 Ga, which may be attributed to a mid-crustal shortening within the NSB. The 1.38-1.25 Ga ages correspond to upper amphibolite facies metamorphism (M-3S/M-3N) and coincides with widespread felsic plutonism in the NSB. The Neoproterozoic ages (0.84-0.76 Ga) arguably represent an alteration event that affected the NSB during Rodinia supercontinent breakup. The Mesoproterozoic metamorphism and the long-lived orogenic events (1.65-0.76 Ga) in the Vinjamuru domain are similar to those recorded in the basement rocks of East Antarctica, suggesting a possible tectonic linkage along accretionary margins.

Dating the Acraman asteroid impact, South Australia: the case for deep drilling the 'hot shock' zone of the central uplift

AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES

Authors: Williams, G. E.; Schmidt, P. W.

The deeply eroded Acraman structure in the Mesoproterozoic Gawler Range Volcanics, Gawler Craton, South Australia, ranks among the world's largest known impact structures, with a transient crater similar to 40 km in diameter and a similar to 90 km-diameter collapse crater. An impact age ofca590 Ma is suggested by Rb-Sr shale dating of Ediacaran strata hosting a related ejecta band of volcanic fragments in the Adelaide Rift Complex and Officer Basin, andca580 Ma by chemostratigraphy. Ascertaining an accurate and precise impact age would greatly benefit Ediacaran biostratigraphic, biogeochemical and magnetostratigraphic global correlations. However, numerous attempts to date the impact, using material from exposures at Acraman and the ejecta band, have been unsuccessful. U-Pb dating of zircons from shattered dacite basement, melt rock and ejecta by three laboratories gave ages related to the 1592 Ma Yardea Dacite. K/Ar and(40)Ar/Ar-39 dating of end-member K-feldspar in melt rock by two laboratories provided early Paleozoic ages, indicating later fluid movement. Although 80% of terrestrial impact structures >= 40 km in diameter have been drilled, Acraman has not. Deep drilling of the 'hot shock' zone of the unexposed central uplift is required to obtain zircons with U-Pb ratios that were likely reset by the impact. High-resolution aeromagnetic data for Acraman reveal an elliptical magnetic low measuring 19.5 x 18.3 km, with NNE-SSW-trending major axis and a high-amplitude dipolar anomaly of the central uplift that is offset to the SSW. The magnetic signature suggests oblique impact from the SSW. The source of the dipolar magnetic anomaly, centred similar to 1 km below the Lake Acraman salina and with a remanence direction concordant with that of the melt rock, marks the 'hot shock' zone and a potential target for drilling. The scientific rewards of such drilling could be substantial.

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