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Mechanism determining the host specificity of tobacco mosaic virus. I. Formation of polysomes containing infecting viral genome in various plants



Mechanism determining the host specificity of tobacco mosaic virus. I. Formation of polysomes containing infecting viral genome in various plants



Japanese Journal of Microbiology 16(6): 451-459



Extracts from leaves of 3 spp. of plants 0.5-6 h after inoculation with 32P tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) or 32P TMV RNA were analysed by sucrose density gradient centrifugation.

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