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Differentiation of isolates of potato virus S which infect Chenopodium quinoa systemically by means of quantitative cDNA hybridization tests



Differentiation of isolates of potato virus S which infect Chenopodium quinoa systemically by means of quantitative cDNA hybridization tests



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 97(3): 323-327



A comparison was made between 2 isolates of potato S carlavirus one from the Andean region (PSVa) and the other from the German Federal Republic (PSVg). Both infected C. quinoa systemically and thus, according to current definition, belonged to the Andean str. (PSVA). The isolates could not be distinguished in ELISA.

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