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Changes in virus concentration in Tobacco plants at different periods of time after inoculation with Cucumber mosaic virus. VI. Chromatography of infectious ribonucleic acid extracted from Cucumber mosaic virus



Changes in virus concentration in Tobacco plants at different periods of time after inoculation with Cucumber mosaic virus. VI. Chromatography of infectious ribonucleic acid extracted from Cucumber mosaic virus



Bull. Hatano Tob. Exp. Stn 58: 51-57



The results are presented of the chromatography of phenol extracts of tobacco leaf tissues infected with CMV, and of partially purified CMV-Y and its ribonucleic acids.

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