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Serological detection of viruses in Rubus sap

, : Serological detection of viruses in Rubus sap. Acta Horticulturae: 53-61

Three sap-transmissible viruses, raspberry bushy dwarf, tobacco streak and tomato ringspot were detected in sap of several cultivated Rubus spp. by agar gel serological tests. Sap from plants known to be virus infected was extracted in various solutions that gave positive serological tests. Extracting buffers opt. for seroassay were not always opt. for bioassay and vice versa.

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