Anti-MV Drug Discovery Products

Measles virus (MV), also known as rubeola virus, is a member of Morbillivirus genus within the Paramyxoviridae family. This virus has infected millions of people worldwide and causes the highly contagious measles disease which is characterized by fever, rash, and respiratory symptoms. The virus is transmitted through aerosols or respiratory droplets. However, due to the availability of effective vaccines, the incidence of measles has significantly decreased worldwide.

The genome is a single-stranded RNA virus with approximately 15,000-16,000 bases in length. The MV genome encodes several proteins, including the nucleocapsid protein, the phosphoprotein, the fusion protein, the matrix protein, the hemagglutinin protein, and the large protein. The viral entry is mediated by the attachment of its surface glycoprotein, hemagglutinin, to the host cell receptor. At Creative Biolabs, we provide various anti-Measles virus antibody products for researchers.

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