KRT39

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KRT39

A gene on chromosome 17q21.2 that encodes a type-I keratin, an intermediate filament protein that with actin microfilaments and microtubules composes the cytoskeleton of epithelial cells.
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(4,13,15,16) Identification of new purified antigens, such as the recombinant protein K39 (rK39), have been extensively studied with great sensibility and specificity in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and immunochromatografic tests.
The latter is a lateral flow test for the detection of antibodies specific for Leishmania, using recombinant proteins K26 and K39 specific for Leishmania infantum chagasi.
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This group was composed of 33 asymptomatic children, aged 3 months to 6.8 years (mean 2.8 years), living in an endemic area of Belo Horizonte and presenting positive serology (ELISA using recombinant antigen K39 and/or DAT) or molecular (SSU-rRNA qPCR) tests for Leishmania infection.
Immunochromatographic tests such as rK39 test which is based on recombinant K39 antigen are also performed in the detection of leishmaniasis [13, 23].
Predicting kala-azar disease manifestations in asymptomatic patients with latent Leishmania donovani infection by detection of antibody against recombinant K39 antigen.
Row 10: K39 (37, 47, 45, 41), cable cast on 22 (24, 26, 28, 30) sts, k12 (12, 14, 14, 16), sl 2 wyf.
Non combinatorial form of potassium are composed of three isotopes: K-40 (93.3%), K39 (0.01%) and K-41 (6.7%).
In vitro tests showed a moderate activity against a chloroquine-sensitive (K39) strain of P.