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Anti-African Swine Fever P30 monoclonal antibody clone # 8B8

Anti-African Swine Fever P30 monoclonal antibody clone # 8B8

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African swine fever is an acute vial disease caused by African swine fever virus. In scientific research, monoclonal antibodies are used in immunoassays for the detection of ASFV. Since the P30 protein is considered as the early infection diagnostic marker, this product is then used in the lateral flow rapid test or ELISA for such purpose.

Product Code CA1074
Clone type Monoclonal, clone # 8B8
Immunogen Recombinant P30 protein of ASFV
Source Mouse
Host Porcine, pig, swine
Product format Lyophilized powder or liquid
Unit size 0.5mg
Purification By affinity
Storage -20 degree Celsius or below
Shipment At room temperature
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