Zika standard#2, strain MRS_OPY_Martinique_PaRi_2015, inactivated


EVAg

Produced by
: AMU
Shipping From
: Marseille - FR

Product Description

Ref-SKU:
001N-01648
Quantified freeze-dried genomic standard for molecular detection of Zika virus, made of an inactivated culture supernatant of strain MRS_OPY_Martinique_PaRi_2015 (full sequence of the virus strain KU647676.1) with quantified genomic titre.
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Information on the related virus

Virus name: 


Unit definition: 
1 vial

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10,00 €
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Cloned Product: No
Can it be used to produce GMO: 
No
Sequencing: 
Fully sequenced
Sequence controlled: 
Yes
Mutations: 
No mutation compared to the reference sequence
Genbank reference: 
Identification technique: 
qRT-PCR
Nucleic Acid preparation technique: 
Inactivation of the viral supernatant 1h 60°C and freeze-drying
Titer: 
7 x 10E4 copies RNA/sample correspond to 4180 TCID50/sample before inactivation
Storage conditions: 
Freeze Dried (-20C)
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IATA Classification: 
Virus host type: 

Information about the origin of the product

Biological material origin: 
Natural origin
Collection date: BEFORE 
Wednesday, 30 December, 2015
Country of collection: 










Comments (4)

  • douradinha's picture

    We have order this product and just have one doubt: to be ready to use, it just needs to be resuspended as indicated (in sterile water), right? thanks

    Sep 20, 2017
  • C.Baronti's picture

    Dear customer,
    yes, you're right. The product has to be resuspended in sterile water (as indicated). You could then perform a nucleic acid extraction and use it for PCR for example.
    Sincerely,

    Sep 20, 2017
  • douradinha's picture

    Dear C. Baronti,

    thank you for your quick reply.

    just to make sure we are in the same page here, the lyophilized is not pure cDNA? can it be used directly for PCR after resuspension or are they viral particles and an RNA extraction must be performed first?

    thank you,

    best regards,

    Bruno

    Sep 20, 2017
  • C.Baronti's picture

    dear Bruno,
    This product has been made from inactivated viral supernatant. So, you need to extract RNA before to perform PCR.
    regards,

    Sep 20, 2017