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Monoclonal antibody Cat-301 was previously shown to recognize a surface-associated antigen on subsets of mammalian CNS neurons whose expression is regulated by neuronal activity early in an animal's postnatal life. We now present the partial purification and characterization of the Cat-301 antigen and demonstrate that it is a chondroitin sulfate(More)
Monoclonal antibody Cat-301 recognizes a surface-associated proteoglycan on subsets of neurons in the mammalian CNS (Hockfield and McKay, 1983). The expression of Cat-301 immunoreactivity on Y cells in the cat LGN is sharply reduced by early visual deprivation (Sur et al., 1988). We employed an immunosuppression strategy (Hockfield, 1987) to further study(More)
The Virus Pathogen Database and Analysis Resource (ViPR, www.ViPRbrc.org) is an integrated repository of data and analysis tools for multiple virus families, supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Bioinformatics Resource Centers (BRC) program. ViPR contains information for human pathogenic viruses belonging to the(More)
Chlorinated water is commonly used in industrial operations to wash and sanitize fresh-cut, minimally processed produce. Here we compared 42 human outbreak strains that represented nine distinct Escherichia coli O157:H7 genetic lineages (or clades) for their relative resistance to chlorine treatment. A quantitative measurement of resistance was made by(More)
Cat-301 and VC1.1 are monoclonal antibodies that recognize surface-associated molecules on subsets of mammalian CNS neurons. Earlier work demonstrated that Cat-301 recognizes a 680-kDa chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan (PG). VC1.1 has been shown to recognize 3 polypeptide bands on Western blot analysis; a major band at 95-105 kDa and additional bands at 145(More)
BACKGROUND The recent emergence of the 2009 pandemic influenza A/H1N1 virus has highlighted the value of free and open access to influenza virus genome sequence data integrated with information about other important virus characteristics. DESIGN The Influenza Research Database (IRD, http://www.fludb.org) is a free, open, publicly-accessible resource(More)
Monoclonal antibody Cat-301 recognizes a cell-surface proteoglycan on subsets of neurons in several areas of the cat and macaque monkey central nervous system. In striate and extrastriate visual cortex of the macaque, the distribution of Cat-301-positive neurons demonstrates features of cellular organization that correlate with previously described(More)
Monoclonal antibody Rat 401 recognizes subsets of cells in the developing central and peripheral nervous systems. Previous studies have shown that in the central nervous system (CNS) Rat 401 immunoreactivity diminishes sharply with cellular differentiation. Here we have examined the time course, cellular localization, and biochemical nature of the Rat 401(More)
The Virus Pathogen Resource (ViPR; www.viprbrc.org) and Influenza Research Database (IRD; www.fludb.org) have developed a metadata-driven Comparative Analysis Tool for Sequences (meta-CATS), which performs statistical comparative analyses of nucleotide and amino acid sequence data to identify correlations between sequence variations and virus attributes(More)