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NEPO viruses

, : NEPO viruses. Acta Horticulturae (44): 29-41

a. Fulton, R.W. (Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, USA). Unilateral cross protection among some NEPO viruses (29-32). Infection by type tomato ringspot virus protected tobacco against reinfection by cherry leafroll virus, which was serologically unrelated, but not against reinfection by tobacco ringspot, raspberry ringspot, arabis mosaic or tomato black ring viruses, also serologically unrelated. CLRV infection did not protect against reinfection by TmRSV.

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