FastScreenAb™ technology is used to screen the mouse monoclonal antibodies with at least 5 synthetic peptides of Yaba Monkey Tumor Virus YMTVg49R. The mAb with highest affinity will be selected. The selected antibody recognizes Yaba Monkey Tumor Virus YMTVg49R. The isotype is Mouse IgG. It can be used in applications: WB (Other applications need to be tested.).
Yaba Monkey Tumor Virus
This antibody recognizes Yaba Monkey Tumor Virus YMTVg49R.
Purified by Protein A/G chromatography.
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.
The Yaba monkey tumor virus is a type of DNA poxvirus belonging to the genus Yatapoxvirus. It was first found in a colony of rhesus monkeys in Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria in 1956. While many poxviruses are host specific, the YMTV can not only infect and cause cutaneous nodules in primates, including rhesus monkeys, baboons, and cynomolgus monkeys, but also infect humans and cause mild and localized skin disease.
YMTVg49R; RNA helicase NPH-II; catalyzes the unidirectional unwinding of duplex RNA with a 3' tail; RNA helicase NPH-II; The poxviridae are enveloped unsegmented dsDNA viruses; unlike many dsDNA viruses that replicate in the host nucleus poxviruses encode their own replication machinery and therefore replicate in the cytoplasm; viral genes are expressed in a bi-phasic manner with early genes genes encoding non-structural proteins involved in genome replication and late genes encoding the viral structural proteins