Anti-SLRV polyclonal antibody (CABT-B1009)

Specifications


Host Species
Rabbit
Antibody Isotype
IgG
Species Reactivity
Strawberry Latent Ringspot Virus
Immunogen
A mixture of two synthetic peptides corresponding to aa 28-41 (EDNQASLREQQPLQ) and aa 141-153 (TLPLIRTSLKDTE) of the SLRV coat protein
Conjugate
Unconjugated

Applications


Application Notes
WB: 1:100
*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.

Target


Alternative Names
Strawberry Latent Ringspot Virus; aesculus line pattern virus; rhubarb virus 5

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References


IDENTIFICATION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF A STRAIN OF SLRV (STRAWBERRY LATENT RINGSPOT VIRUS) ISOLATED FROM RASPBERRY CULTIVATIONS IN LOMBARDY

RIVISTA DI PATOLOGIA VEGETALE

Authors: VEGETTI, G; BELLI, G; CINQUANTA, S; SONCINI, C

Genetic variability and incidence of systemic diseases in wild vines (Vitis vinifera ssp silvestris) along the Danube

VITIS

Authors: Regner, F; Hack, R; Gangl, H; Leitner, G; Mandl, K; Tiefenbrunner, W

In the riparian woods of Danube and March east of Vienna 87 wild specimens of Vitis vinifera ssp. silvestris were genetically analysed and compared. The silvestris population can be split into 6 distinct groups, but this clustering cannot be explained solely by the geographical distance. The unique genetic variability observed represents a strong case for preservation of wild grapevines. The incidence of bacterioses, viroses and nematodes transmitting nepoviruses to these vines were registered. None of the analysed specimens suffered from Agrobacterium vitis-induced crown gall. Only some vines were infected by viral pathogens such as GLRaVI and SLRV. Thus the wild vines do not constitute a risk for the surrounding commercial vineyards. On the other hand, diseases spread from cultivated grapevines may seriously harm the wild vine population. Four species of nematodes transmitting nepoviruses were registered. Samples of Xiphinema vuittenezi and Longidorus attenuatus from the Lobau (natural forests, north of the Danube in the area of Vienna) differ morphometrically from others found on arable soils or isolated from the research area.

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