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Properties of viruses of the potyvirus group. 2. Buoyant density, S value particle morphology, and molecular weight of the coat protein subunit of bean yellow mosaic virus, pea mosaic virus, lettuce mosaic virus, and potato virus YN



Properties of viruses of the potyvirus group. 2. Buoyant density, S value particle morphology, and molecular weight of the coat protein subunit of bean yellow mosaic virus, pea mosaic virus, lettuce mosaic virus, and potato virus YN



Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 80(1): 19-27



The buoyant densities of BYMV B25, PMV E198, LMV and PVYN were 1.318, 1.321, 1.33 and 1.326 g/ml respectively. Their respective S values were 143, 140, 143 and 145 S. The particle morphology of BYMV B25, PMV E198 and LMV could be reversible changed by Mg ions. PVYN particles were broken in the presence of Mg. The mol.wt. of the coat protein subunit of the 4 viruses was 34 000 daltons. In many preparations a 28 000 daltons component was also present.

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