Recombinant HHV-4 p23 [His] (DAGC151)

Recombinant Human herpesvirus 4 p23 (a.a. 1-162) Protein from E. coli [His]

Product Overview
HHV-4 p23 (1-162 a.a.) immunodominant region with six histidines at C-terminus
HHV-4 p23
Alternative Names
HHV-4 p23; HHV-4; Human herpesvirus; EBV; EBV p23
>95% pure; Purity: of proteins is evaluated by SDS-PAGE
1 mg/mL
100 µg
10 mM PBS pH 7.6, 10mM NaCl
Short-term store at 4°C. Long term store at -80°C.
Wet ice
The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV or HHV-4) is a member of the herpesvirus family. It shares common traits with the viruses that cause chickenpox, shingles, cold sores, and genital herpes. EBV is tremendously prevalent—approximately 90–95% of all adults in the United States have previously been infected with EBV. EBV is well known as the cause of infectious mononucleosis ("mono" or IM) but has also been linked to long-term risks of cancer. Like the other herpesviruses, it has the ability to go into latency in the body and remains in the cells in your immune system for life after you develop an infection.
HHV-4 p23; HHV-4; Human herpesvirus; EBV; EBV p23


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Authors: Gnanasundram, Sivakumar Vadivel; Malbert-Colas, Laurence; Chen, Sa; Fusee, Leila; Daskalogianni, Chrysoula; Muller, Petr; Salomao, Norman; Fahraeus, Robin

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EBV: Encoded Binary Vector for Efficient Information Retrieval, Query Processing and Recommendation for Travel and Tourism Domain EBV for Travel and Tourism Recommendation


Authors: Vijay, Jobi; Sridhar, Rajeswari

The rise in business and electronic transactions using the web as a medium has driven the widespread use of recommendation systems across all domains. Recommendation systems generate suggestions for the travel and tourism industry, particularly hotels or services, centered on user interests and preferences. Relevant information collection, organization, processing vast quantities of string data, efficient data retrieval, and computational complexity in handling information overload are key issues to be addressed in a recommendation system. This work proposes a novel approach, using encoded bit vectors, to process information on hotel amenities and features extracted from Tripadvisor. Hotel amenities at different locations are organized and stored, based on the priority of the location, using the most significant bit and least significant bit. The amenities are prioritized dynamically thereafter, based on the location, and unique amenities accorded greater preference than the ones routinely offered at most hotels. Encoded bit vectors are utilized for information retrieval and precise hotel recommendations made, based on user interest rather than the string processing method that is ineffective where scalable data are concerned. Finally, the recommended hotels are ranked with user-centric personalized recommendations. These high-speed, efficient, and scalable algorithms are ideal for incrementally updating data. They also facilitate fast, flawless IR and query processing, along with appropriate hotel recommendations. The theoretical evaluation shows that the proposed method aids quick query processing and retrieval. The experimental assessment shows that hotels recommended by the proposed bit vector recommendation system have a higher accuracy on par with user and expert recommendations.

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