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What is Coronavirus Antibody Detection Kit?

  Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Antibody detection Kit The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) antibody detection kit is used for rapid qualitative detection of novel coronavirus IgM/IgG antibodies in human whole blood, serum and plasma. The test results can be obtained by visual observation within 15 minutes at the fastest.   New Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Antibody Detection Kit is in Category III Medical Devices.   Table of Content 1. Advantages of antibody detection 2. categories 3. Detection principle 4. Characteristics of various detection methods 5. Scope of application 6. Operation steps 7. Specimen Transport 8. Notes 9. Clinical significance   What are the advantages of antibody detection? 1. Combined with nucleic acid detection to improve the detection rate. 2. The problem of sampling may lead to false negatives in nucleic acid detection, and the sampling of antibody detection is relatively uniform. 3. Antibody detection can effectively help improve the diagnosis rate of suspected case
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Cabbage and Broccoli

  Cold knowledge of Cabbage: The common one is the easiest to ignore After understanding, can't help but sigh, the cabbage family is a very large family. In this family, there are not only the highly ornamental cabbage vegetables, but also a great many varieties of cabbage appear in our lives in different images, adding a variety of colors to our dining table. Perhaps after we learn more about cabbage, there will be more interesting cold knowledge that will surprise us. Cabbage originated from the Mediterranean coast and was introduced to China in the 16th century.  Cabbage has the characteristics of cold tolerance, disease resistance, strong adaptability, easy storage and transportability, high yield and good quality.  It is widely cultivated throughout Asia and is one of the main vegetables in spring, summer and autumn in Northeast, Northwest, and North China, and India.   Cabbage has a variety of effects and functions Cabbage contains a variety of effects and functions. Ca

What are New Results of Human Genome Sequencing?

Scientists discover new results of human genome sequencing, which is expected to promote research on human diseases Introduction: Recently, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine discovered a new result of human genome sequencing. This progress is expected to promote future research aimed at understanding the impact of human genome variations on human diseases.   Is gene sequencing the only method of genetic testing? Gene sequencing is only one of the methods of genetic testing. It is also called gene profile sequencing, which is an internationally recognized standard for genetic testing.   Recently, researchers from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) published a paper entitled "Haplotype-resolved diverse human genomes and integrated analysis of structural variation" in the journal Science, announcing a new achievement in human genome sequencing.   The researchers detailed the sequencing of 64 complete human genomes. Th

Longevity Gene FOXO3 protects Neural Stem Cells

The Longevity Gene FOXO3 protects neural stem cells in the brain from stress mechanisms In a new study, researchers from the Weill Cornell Medical College in the United States have discovered that a gene FOXO3 related to the long lifespan of humans can protect neural stem/progenitor cells (NSPC) in the brain. Free from the harmful effects of stress. Related research results were recently published in the journal Nature Communications, with the title of the paper "Cellular stress signaling activates type-I IFN response through FOXO3-regulated lamin posttranslational modification".     Do centenarians have unusual version of the FOXO3 gene? Research on people who live over 100 years old shows that many people have an unusual version of the FOXO3 gene.  This discovery prompted Dr. Jihye Paik, associate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, and her colleagues to study how this gene promotes brain health during aging.   In 201

Genome Sequencing of Artificial Allopolyploid of Muskmelon

  Whole Genome Sequencing of Artificial Allopolyploid of Muskmelon Reveals the Important Evolution of Allopolyploid Genome The team of Professor Jinfeng Chen from Nanjing Agricultural University and collaborators completed the chromosome-level genome assembly of artificially synthesized polyploidy for the first time through whole-genome sequencing.  In the comparative analysis at the whole-genome level, it was detected that there were sub-genes in the early genome evolution of allotetraploid in Melon Genome dominance, found that heterologous doubling leads to phenotypic dominance and initially revealed its regulatory mechanism. Cucumber Crop    Cucumber (CucumissativusL.) (2n=2x=14) is an important vegetable crop in the world. It has experienced an evolutionary bottleneck in the process of domestication, so its genetic basis is particularly narrow.  Professor Chen Jinfeng made an interspecific hybridization between cultivated cucumbers and wild pickled cucumbers (C. hystrixChakr.,

Allergy from Peanuts

We always see that Americans are allergic to peanuts, but Chinese do not. Are peanuts still picking people? Why do we always see reports of peanut allergies in Americans, but not reports of allergies in Chinese people? Why do we always see reports of peanut allergies in Americans, but not reports of allergies in Chinese people? Let us start with the summary: Because Chinese people eat peanuts less frequently and geographically than foreign countries, and the content of allergens in peanuts produced in China is less than that in foreign countries, the proportion of peanut allergies in China is relatively small. But the absolute number is not necessarily small.   1. Hygiene Hypothesis for Peanut Allergies On the issue of differences between China and the United States. In 1989, Strachan first proposed the hygiene hypothesis in a landmark article to explain the inverse relationship between family size and/or hygiene and susceptibility to allergic diseases.  The subjects of t