Part of the Archives of Virology book series (ARCHIVES SUPPL, volume 5)
Polyclonal reference antisera may be useful for the differentiation of potyvirus species
Attention is directed to the usefulness of polyclonal antisera for the identification of potyviruses on the species level. A scheme for the preparation of such antisera is given.
KeywordsMosaic Virus Coat Protein Polyclonal Antiserum Virus Species Azuki Bean
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- 1.McKern NM, Shukla DD, Barnett OW, Vetten HJ, Dijkstra J, Whittaker LW, Ward CW (1991) Coat protein properties suggest that azuki bean mosaic virus, blackeye cowpea mosaic virus, peanut stripe virus, and three isolates from soybean are all strains of the same virus. Intervirology 33: 121–134.Google Scholar
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