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Catalog #: VS32
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 - 1.900 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 very low on the negative control wells.
|Description||Test Wells||Price $US||Ship
|VS32-P1||Positive control||10||40||1 lb (0.5 kg)|
|VS32-N1||Negative control||10||40||1 lb (0.5 kg)|
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Information About the Virus
Maize Rough Dwarf Fijivirus
Synonyms: virus del nanismo ruvido del mais.
Strains: type strain (TS), cereal tillering disease strain (CTD) (Boccardo
and Milne, 1984; Lindsten and Gerhardson, 1971), mal de Rio Cuarto (MR4) (Boccardo
and Milne, 1984; Nome et al., 1981).
Transmission: Transmitted by a vector; an insect; Delphacodes propinqua, Dicranotropis hamata, Laodelphax striatellus, Javasella pellucida, Sogatella vibix; Delphacidae. Transmitted in a persistent manner. Virus retained when the vector moults; multiplies in the vector; transmitted congenitally to the progeny of the vector (one unconfirmed report); transmitted by mechanical inoculation (injection; but very inefficient); not transmitted by grafting; not transmitted by contact between plants; not transmitted by seed; not transmitted by pollen.
Geographical Distribution: Spreads in Argentina, the former
Czechoslovakia, France, Israel, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the former
Diagnostically Susceptible Species and Symptoms:
Hordeum vulgare cv. Delesa - stunting.
Zea mays American yellow dent hybrids; Wisconsin 641 AA - stunting, dark green colour, pale yellow enations on abaxial surface of leaves and leaf sheaths.
Francki, R.I.B. and Boccardo, G. (1983). In: The Reoviridae. p. 155; ed. K.W. Joklik. Plenum Press, New York.
Francki, R.I.B., Milne, R.G. and Hatta, T. (1984). In: An Atlas of Plant Viruses. Vol. 1. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.
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