Development of reliable detection assays for blueberry mosaic- and blackberry vein banding- associated viruses based on their population structures.

@article{ThekkeVeetil2017DevelopmentOR,
  title={Development of reliable detection assays for blueberry mosaic- and blackberry vein banding- associated viruses based on their population structures.},
  author={Thanuja Thekke-Veetil and Ioannis E. Tzanetakis},
  journal={Journal of virological methods},
  year={2017},
  volume={248},
  pages={
          191-194
        }
}
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