EBLV-1 antigen

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  • Published date: March 26, 2019
    • Shirley, New York, United States

This virus is classified in the BSL 3 category. This European bat lyssavirus 1[EBLV1-RV9] is preserved under Viral Storage Medium -80C.Tests for the presence of mycoplasmae were not performed. EBLV-1 is widespread in Europe and is principally associated with serotine bats, but this species has only been recorded once, as a vagrant, in Scotland. https://www.creative-diagnostics.com/EBLV-1-antigen-228465-433.htm

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