A survey of the relationships among the viruses not considered arboviruses, vertebrates, and arthropods.

No single group of organisms demonstrates more extensive and diverse associations with animal viruses than the phylum Arthropoda. Compared with the well-recognized relationship found in arboviruses, however, most of the atypical arthropod-vertebrate relationships of the viruses normally not considered arboviruses have received much less attention, as they remain in the marginal areas of interest for most researchers in animal virology, veterinary medicine, medical entomology, and invertebrate pathology.

However, this comprehensive review of the information gathered from several branches of virology by profession reveals highly valuable information potentially useful in the fields of research ranging from investigations of the mode of transmission of poorly understood or emerging viral diseases to studies of the evolution of biological transmission of animal viruses by arthropod vectors.

KT 5720

B9002-.1 100 µg
EUR 232.00

KT 5720

B9002-.25 250 µg
EUR 483.00

KT 5720

B9002-.5 500 µg
EUR 818.00

KT 5823

B6673-.05 50 µg
EUR 123.00

KT 5823

B6673-.1 100 µg
EUR 190.00

KT 5823

B6673-.25 250 µg
EUR 361.00

PST- KT

PVT11358 2 ug
EUR 370.00

Plasminogen Receptor (KT) (PLGRKT) Antibody

20-abx318476
  • EUR 411.00
  • EUR 1845.00
  • EUR 599.00
  • EUR 182.00
  • EUR 300.00
  • 100 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 20 ug
  • 50 ug
  • Shipped within 5-10 working days.

KT 5823 (PKG kinase inhibitor)

SIH-458-100UG 100 µg
EUR 205.00
  • KT5823 is a potent, selective, and reversible inhibitor of Protein Kinase G (PKG). It is a derivative of K-252a. KT5823 has been shown to inhibit SNP-stimulated PKG activity in dispersed smooth muscle cells. It has also been observed to dose-dependen
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Description: The substance KT 5823 is a pkg kinase inhibitor. It is synthetically produced and has a purity of ?98%. The pure substance is white solid which is soluble in DMSO (20 mg/ml), dimethyl formamide (20 mg/ml) and ethyl acetate (5 mg/ml).

KT 5823 (PKG kinase inhibitor)

SIH-458-500UG 500 µg
EUR 569.00
  • KT5823 is a potent, selective, and reversible inhibitor of Protein Kinase G (PKG). It is a derivative of K-252a. KT5823 has been shown to inhibit SNP-stimulated PKG activity in dispersed smooth muscle cells. It has also been observed to dose-dependen
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Description: The substance KT 5823 is a pkg kinase inhibitor. It is synthetically produced and has a purity of ?98%. The pure substance is white solid which is soluble in DMSO (20 mg/ml), dimethyl formamide (20 mg/ml) and ethyl acetate (5 mg/ml).

Rat Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 3B3(CS3B3 ELISA Kt

GA-E0451RT-48T 48T
EUR 317.00

Rat Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 3B3(CS3B3 ELISA Kt

GA-E0451RT-96T 96T
EUR 496.00

Mouse Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 3B3(CS3B3 ELISA Kt

QY-E20317 96T
EUR 361.00

Rat Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 3B3(CS3B3 ELISA Kt

QY-E11201 96T
EUR 361.00

Factor XI Antibody Pair

55R-FAC11-KT 5 plates
EUR 745.00
Description: Factor XI antigen Matched Pair antibody Set for ELISA

Factor IX Antibody Pair

55R-FAC9-KT 5 plates
EUR 760.00
Description: Factor IX antigen Matched Pair antibody Set for ELISA

Fibrinogen Matched Pair antibody Set

55R-FIBRINO-KT set
EUR 833.00
Description: Fibrinogen Matched Pair antibody Set for detection of Human Fibrinogen in the research laboratory

Mouse RANKL ELISA Kit

55R-MRANKL-KT 1 kit
EUR 658.00
Description: ELISA kit for detection of Mouse RANKL in the research laboratory

VWF Antibody Pair

55R-VWF-KT 5 plates
EUR 775.00
Description: VWF antigen Matched Pair antibody Set for ELISA

The observations and data obtained for the animal virus relationships with arthropods and vertebrates outside the boundaries of arboviruses, in turn, can be used to reexamine more closely the definition of arboviruses. With increasing number of reports challenging one of the basic tenets of the definition of arbovirus (requirement of viremia in vertebrate host) and others describing virus-host relationships that complicate the definition of arbovirus, the accumulated information clearly demonstrates the difficulty of defining the boundaries of arboviruses.

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