Variability in Coat Protein Sequence Homology Among American and European Sources of Strawberry Vein Banding Virus.

@article{Mraz1998VariabilityIC,
  title={Variability in Coat Protein Sequence Homology Among American and European Sources of Strawberry Vein Banding Virus.},
  author={I. Mraz and K. Petrzik and M. {\vS}{\'i}p and J. Fr{\'a}nov{\'a}-Honet{\vs}legrov{\'a}},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={1998},
  volume={82 5},
  pages={
          544-546
        }
}
Strawberry vein banding virus (SVBV) isolates from North America, Czech Republic, Norway, and Germany were collected and their variability was determined by dot blot hybridization and confirmed by sequencing of a 431-nucleotide fragment from the middle part of the coat protein gene. Two different substitutions were found between the American and two Czech SVBV isolates, but the other isolates were identical in the compared region to the American isolate. Digoxigenin-labeled probes were prepared… Expand
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