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Serological methods to detect plant viruses: production and use of monoclonal antibodies



Serological methods to detect plant viruses: production and use of monoclonal antibodies



Techniques for the rapid detection of plant pathogens: 7-33



In this review the production of polyclonal antisera, the production of monoclonal antibodies and the application of monoclonal antibodies to virus identification are discussed.

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