Recombinant Human Papillomavirus 11
|Amount :||0.5 mg|
|Purification :||Protein is >95% pure as determined by 12% PAGE (coomassie staining).|
|Content :||Recombinant HPV11 solution in PBS and 3M Urea, 100mM arginine|
|Storage condition :||Recombinant HPV-11 although stable at 4°C for 1 week, should be stored below -18°C. Please prevent freeze thaw cycles.|
|AA sequence :||VDKLWRPSDSTVYVPPPNPVSKVVATDAYVKRTNIFYHASSSRLLAVGHPYYSIKKVNKTVVPKVSGYQYRVFKVVLPDPNKFALPDSSLFDPTTQRLVWACTGLEVGRGQPLGVGVSGHPLLNKYDDVENSGGYGGNPGQDNRVNVGMDYKQTQLCMVGCAPPLGEHWGKGTQCSNTSVQNGDCPPLELITSVIQDGDMVDTGFGAMNFADLQTNKSDVPLDICGTVCKYPDYLQMAADPYGDRLFFYLRKEQMFARHFFNRAGTVGEPVPDDLLVKGGNNRSSVASSIYVHTPSGSLVSSEAQLFNKPYWLQKAQGHNNGICWGNHLFVTVVDTTRSTNMTLCASVSKSATYTNSDYKEYMRHVEEFDLQFIFQLCSITLSAEVMAYIHTMNPSVLEDWNFGLSPPPNGTLEDTYRYVQSQAITCQKPTPEKEKQDPYKDMSFWEVNLKEKFSSELDQFPLGRKFLLQSGYRGRTSARTGIKRPAVSKPSTAPKRKRTKTKKKFGTKLSR.|
|Alternative Name :||Papillomavirus, HPV, Papilloma Virus.|
Source: E.Coli. Human papillomaviruses (HPVs) are a group family with more than 150 related viruses. HP 6 and 11 considered as low-risk HPVs can be sexually transmitted, causing warts to emerge on or around the genitals or anus, known as condylomata acuminate. HPV 11 major/large capsid antigen is used in clinical diagnosis to test the specific antibody to this virus-induced by the virus infection, the positive reaction of this antibody is deemed as a marker for present and past infection. Furthermore, HPV 11 large capsid is used as a potential candidate for vaccine development.