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Properties of viruses of the potyvirus group. 1. A simple method to purify bean yellow mosaic virus, pea mosaic virus, lettuce mosaic virus and potato virus YN



Properties of viruses of the potyvirus group. 1. A simple method to purify bean yellow mosaic virus, pea mosaic virus, lettuce mosaic virus and potato virus YN



Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 79(4): 125-129



The viruses were purified by homogenizing and clarifying infected leaves in a mixture of 0.1 M tris-thioglycollic acid buffer pH 9, carbon tetrachloride and chloroform, followed by differential centrifuging applying moderate centrifugal forces.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf01976706


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