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Catalog #: VS22
Source Antibody: Rabbit polyclonal antibody for both capture and detection.
Reactivity: Reaction of the ELISA is moderately strong. Optical Density at 405nm is in a range of 0.800 - 1.800 depending on the virus titer in the samples tested.
Sensitivity: Sensitivity of the ELISA is relative high. The virus can be consistently detected in infected plant tissues diluted at 1:810 - 1:2430.
Specificity: This test system has no cross reaction with healthy plant tissues tested. Background is low on the negative control wells.
|Description||Test Wells||Price $USD||Ship
|2 lb (1 kg)|
|3 lb (1.5 kg)|
|6 lb (3 kg)|
|2 lb (1 kg)|
|VS22-P1||Positive control||20||60||1 lb (0.5 kg)|
|VS22-N1||Negative control||20||60||1 lb (0.5 kg)|
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Information About the Virus
Name: Dasheen Mosaic Potyvirus
Transmission: Transmitted by a vector; an insect; Myzus persicae, Aphis craccivora (Morales and Zettler, 1977) and Aphis gossypii (Gollifer et al., 1977), but apparently not by Pentalonia nigronervosa (Morales and Zettler, 1977) or Rhopalosiphum padi (Gollifer et al., 1977); Aphididae. Transmitted in a non-persistent manner. Virus transmitted by mechanical inoculation; not transmitted by contact between plants; not transmitted by seed (Hartman et al., 1972; Zettler and Abo El-Nil, 1979); not transmitted by pollen.
Geographical Distribution: Probably distributed
worldwide (especially in tropical and subtropical regions). Spreads in China.
Diagnostically Susceptible Species and Symptoms:
Philodendron selloum - systemic mosaic, vein clearing, malformation.
Caladium hortulanum, Colocasia spp., Xanthosoma spp. - systemic mosaic.
Dieffenbachia spp. - systemic mosaic, epinasty, systemic and local necrosis.
Philodendron verrucosum - local necrosis; not systemic.
Zantedeschia spp. - systemic mosaic, malformation.
Chase, A.R. and Zettler, F.W. (1982). Plant Dis. 66: 891.
Zettler, F.W. and Hartman, R.D. (1986). Food and Fertilizer Technology Center Ext. Bull. 233.
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