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A novel approach to the serology of potyviruses involving affinity purified polyclonal antibodies directed towards virus-specific N termini of coat proteins



A novel approach to the serology of potyviruses involving affinity purified polyclonal antibodies directed towards virus-specific N termini of coat proteins



Journal of General Virology 70(1): 13-23



Attempts to identify and classify distinct potyviruses and their strs have frequently been hampered by the presence of variable proportions of cross-reacting antibodies in antisera.

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