Each plate is coated with mouse Adenovirus (MAV) Adenovirus strain K87: a purified inactivated whole virus propagated in NBM cells. Will cross react with other Adenovirus.
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48 Antigen Wells and 48 Control Antigen Wells
Mouse adenoviruses are double stranded DNA viruses of the family Adenoviridae, genus Mastadenovirus. The virus is a nonenveloped, regular icosahedron with a diameter of 70-90 nm. Transmission of the virus occurs through close or direct contact. K87 can be shed in feces for about 3 weeks post infection. Experimental infection of suckling mice causes necrosis of the kidney, heart, spleen, and brain. Mice and rats appear to be the only hosts of the virus.
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