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Comparison of different serological methods for detecting apple stem grooving virus and apple chlorotic leaf spot virus



Comparison of different serological methods for detecting apple stem grooving virus and apple chlorotic leaf spot virus



Archiv fur Gartenbau 31(5): 237-245



The latex test is recommended for detection of CLSV in petals of apple trees, but during the dormant period this virus, and SGV, can be detected reliably in forced leaf buds and petals only by ELISA. Further studies are needed to confirm the results with CLSV in plum and pear.

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