Chrysanthemum virus B: antibodies to structural protein in mammals and Mg2(+)-dependent reverse-transcriptase activity.


Human plasma has been found to contain antibodies reacting with the structural protein of chrysanthemum virus B (CV-B) and about 10 times less intensively with the structural protein of another carlavirus, the potato virus M. It has been shown that the antibodies bind to CV-B through their F(ab)2 fragments. No reaction with proteins of other plant viruses… (More)


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