Foot-and-mouth disease virus of serotype C (isolate C-S8c1) Capsid protein VP1

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Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) is the pathogen that causes foot-and-mouth disease. It is a picornavirus, the prototypical member of the genus Aphthovirus. The disease, which causes vesicles (blisters) in the mouth and feet of bovids, suids, ovids, caprids and other cloven-hoofed animals is highly infectious and a major plague of animal farming. The virus particle (25-30 nm) has an icosahedral capsid made of protein, without envelope, containing a single strand of ribonucleic acid (RNA) containing a positive encoding of its genome. When the virus comes in contact with the membrane of a host cell, it binds to a receptor site and triggers a folding-in of the membrane.
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Anti-FMDV-C-S8c1 VP1 Neutralizing Antibody (V3S-0522-YC7961) (CAT#: V3S-0522-YC7961)

Target: FMDV-C-S8c1 VP1

Host Species: Mouse

Target Species: Foot-and-mouth disease virus of serotype C (isolate C-S8c1) (FMDV-C),

Application: Neut,

For research use only, not directly for clinical use.

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