Cache Valley Virus (CVV) Nucleocapsid peptide


Antibody that recognises the viral capsid protein which encloses the nucleocapsids of Cache Valley virus and Batai virus

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Catalogue number crb1200003
Antigen Peptide Cache Valley Virus (CVV) Nucleocapsid peptide
Protein ID UniProtKB - D6MXQ7
Cross-Reactivity Cache Valley Virus, Batai virus
Storage -20°C

Wilson, M., Suan, D., Duggins, A., Schubert, R., Khan, L., Sample, H., Zorn, K., Rodrigues Hoffman, A., Blick, A., Shingde, M. and DeRisi, J. (2017). A novel cause of chronic viral meningoencephalitis: Cache Valley virus. Ann Neurol, 82(1), 105-114. PMID: 28628941


Rodrigues Hoffmann, A., Dorniak, P., Filant, J., Dunlap, K., Bazer, F., de la Concha-Bermejillo, A., Welsh, C., Varner, P. and Edwards, J. (2013). Ovine Fetal Immune Response to Cache Valley Virus Infection. J Virol, 87(10), 5586-5592. PMID: 23468505

Specificity Protein

Cache Valley virus (CVV) belongs to the Peribunyaviridae family of viruses (previously called Bunyaviridae) and is a mosquito born virus which is widespread throughout North and Central America. CVVs preferred mosquito vectors include several species of Aedes and it infects many species of domestic sheep and cattle. CVV infection in sheep causes spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, and congenital defects. The virus is neuroinvasive in humans and can cause central nervous system (CNS) diseases, such as encephalitis and meningitis and in rare cases has caused death. There appears to be a high infection rate (up to 18% of population) in virus-endemic areas.

Cache Valley Virus (CVV) Nucleocapsid peptide

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