Rapid, Highly Sensitive and Quantitative Molecular Assays for Investigating Virus-Host and Virus-Virus Interactions using Negative-Stranded RNA Viruses as a Model System.
Pappu, Hanu R.
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A highly sensitive method was developed and used for determining virus levels and to study the movement and distribution of viruses in infected plants.
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