FastScreenAb™ technology is used to screen the mouse monoclonal antibodies with at least 5 synthetic peptides of Raccoonpox virus ACG19_gp056. The mAb with highest affinity will be selected. The selected antibody recognizes Raccoonpox virus ACG19_gp056. The isotype is Mouse IgG. It can be used in applications: WB (Other applications need to be tested.).
This antibody recognizes Raccoonpox virus ACG19_gp056.
WB (Other applications need to be tested.)
PBS, pH 7.4
Store at 4°C for short term (1 week), store at -20°C to -80°C for long term (1 year). Avoid repeated freeze-thaw cycles.
Raccoonpox virus is an orthopoxvirus. As with the two known North American orthopoxviruses, skunkpox and volepox viruses, which collectively comprise a separate group, remarkably little is known about its epidemiology. Although the raccoonpox virus was identified from a cat in Canada that had a condition that resembled cowpox, it seems to be highly host-specific. In the northeastern United States, the raccoonpox virus was first discovered in the lungs of healthy-looking raccoons, and serological investigations in the same region revealed that more than 20% of wild raccoons had antibodies to the virus.