Mouse Adenovirus FL ELISA Kit (DEIASL108)

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

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Size
96T
Sample
Serum
Species Reactivity
Mouse
Intended Use
The kit is intended for the detection of antibodies to Murine Adenovirus FL (MAD-1) in Mouse Sera by ELISA.
Storage
Store the reagents, strips and bottled components between 2 - 8°C.
The diluted wash buffer may be stored at room temperature for up to 180 days, but do not use if it becomes cloudy. Do not add fresh buffer to old buffer.

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References


Comment on "Quantum interference effects in biphenyl dithiol for gas detection" by J. Prasongkit and A. R. Rocha, RSC Adv., 2016, 64, 59299-59304

RSC ADVANCES

Authors: Grigoriev, Anton; Jafri, Hassan; Leifer, Klaus

The paper [Prasongkit et al., RSC Adv., 2016, 64, 59299] by Prasongkit and Rocha calculates the binding energy of gas molecules attached to 1-8-biphenyl-dithiol (BPDT) molecules. We find from our calculations, that the binding energies calculated for the NO2 molecules are too low, most likely due to lacking optimization of the site at which the gas molecule binds to the BPDT. Though not shown explicitly here, the same statement might apply to the other gas molecules used in this paper.

Synthesis of high surface area porous carbon from anaerobic digestate and it's electrochemical study as an electrode material for ultracapacitors (vol 9, pg 36343, 2019)

RSC ADVANCES

Authors: Chaturvedi, Vikash; Usgaonkar, Saurabh; Shelke, Manjusha V.

Correction for 'Synthesis of high surface area porous carbon from anaerobic digestate and it's electrochemical study as an electrode material for ultracapacitors' by Vikash Chaturvedi et al., RSC Adv., 2019, 9, 36343-36350.

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