Yves Le Hingrat

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The soilborne fungus Rhizoctonia solani is a pathogen of many plants and causes severe damage in crops around the world. Strains of R. solani from the anastomosis group (AG) 3 attack potatoes, leading to great yield losses and to the downgrading of production. The study of the genetic diversity of the strains of R. solani in France allows the structure of(More)
Potato mop-top virus (PMTV, Pomovirus) is difficult to detect because it is unevenly distributed and present at low concentration in infected tissues. The production of PMTV-free seed relies on sensitive and specific detection methods of virus detection, including serological methods. The possibility of using a PMTV recombinant coat protein (CP) as an(More)
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