Jin-Feng Zou

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Infection with duck circovirus (DuCV) is associated with growth retardation and developmental problems in farmed ducks. To detect DuCV-specific antibody in duck serum, an indirect enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (iELISA) method was developed using the recombinant capsid protein antigen prepared by cloning the cap (Cap) gene of DuCV FJ0601 strain into(More)
In the past years, stereoselective functionalizations of hydroxyl groups of alcohol substrates with chlorosilanes leading to silyl ether formation have evolved from a functional-group protection to an enantioselective synthetic strategy. This work comprises a controlled desymmetrization of dichlorosilanes by using a family of structurally specific chiral(More)
The capsid protein (CP) of duck circovirus (DuCV) is the major immunogenic protein and has a high proportion of arginine residues concentrated at the N terminus of the protein, which inhibits efficient mRNA translation in prokaryotic expression systems. In this study, we investigated the subcellular distribution of DuCV CP expressed via recombinant(More)
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