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Recent research on 52V virus of raspberry


, : Recent research on 52V virus of raspberry. Acta Horticulturae: 39-46

An aphid-transmitted virus code-named 52V is widespread in red raspberry, from which it is transmissible with difficulty by inoculation of sap to Chenopodium quinoa. Its dilution end point in C. quinoa sap is only 10-1 - 10-2; partially purified preparations obtained by ether clarification and differential centrifugation contained much phytoferritin and a few isometric, virus-like particles c. 25-30 nm diam.


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