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Alfalfa mosaic virus and ilarviruses: involvement of coat protein in multiple steps of the replication cycle


, : Alfalfa mosaic virus and ilarviruses: involvement of coat protein in multiple steps of the replication cycle. Journal of General Virology 80: 1089-1102

The recent data on the various steps in the life cycle of alfalfa mosaic alfamovirus and ilarviruses is reviewed with particular emphasis on the role of the coat protein (CP).


Accession: 003035021

PMID: 10355754

DOI: 10.1099/0022-1317-80-5-1089

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