Chikungunya ELISA Plate



Each plate is coated with simian Chikungunya antigen: a mixture of recombinant antigens: capsid, E1, and E2. It will cross react with other Alphavirus.

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Unit Quantity

48 Antigen Wells, 48 Control Antigen Wells

SDS Microplates, 5.8.2020

Background Info

Transmitted to humans from a mosquito bite, chikungunya is an alphavirus first observed in Tanzania in 1953. Symptoms in humans can manifest after 4-7 days after being bitten and include fever, joint pain, headache, and possibly a rash. Death is rare.