Adenovirus protein (Mouse) (30-1268)

Purified native Adenovirus protein (Mouse)

Synonyms Murine Adenovirus protein, Adenovirus
Species Mouse
Protein Type Native


Source Produced in NIH 3T3 cells
Form & Buffer Supplied in 50 mM Glyceine buffer, pH 9.0, with 0.2% CHAPS and 0.01% SDS
Concentration 1 mg/ml

Storage & Safety

Storage Store at -70 deg C

General Information

Biological Significance Mouse adenoviruses are DNA viruses; there are two strains, group 1 (MAD-1) and group 2 (MAD-2). These viruses infect both mice and rats. Infection with these viruses does not cause clinical disease in adult rodents, and there are no pathologic lesions associated with infections of MAD-1 in adult mice. However, MAD-1 infection can produce a lethal disease in newborn or suckling mice characterized by infectious virus and viral lesions in multiple organs. Viral inclusions in intestinal mucosa are associated with MAD-2 infections.

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Size: 1 mg
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