C. S. Song

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The primary determinant of influenza virus infectivity is the type of linkage between sialic acid and oligosaccharides on the host cells. Hemagglutinin of avian influenza viruses preferentially binds to sialic acids linked to galactose by an α-2,3 linkage whereas hemagglutinin of human influenza viruses binds to sialic acids with an α-2,6 linkage. The(More)
Bischofia polycarpa (Levl.) Airy Shaw witches’-broom disease is widespread in southern China. Infected trees show symptoms of severely proliferating shoots, reduced leaf size, yellowing and reddening of leaves, and internode shortening. We detected the phytoplasma in diseased tissues by 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole-HCl fluorescence microscopy and(More)
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