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On some failures of the serological method applied to plant viruses



On some failures of the serological method applied to plant viruses



C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris, 118: 4, 379-381



The writers have as yet been unsuccessful in their attempts to extend the serological method, found effective in the differentiation of tobacco and potato mosaic viruses (X), to the agents of other disorders of known or suspected virus origin, such as those of beet yellowing and mosaic and the potato leaf roll and virus Y. As regards the question of beet mosaic, this negative outcome would appear to support the view that more than one virus, with divergent antigenic properties, is implicated.

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