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SUMMARY

Virus-specific double-stranded replicative form (RF) RNA was isolated from cowpeas infected with cowpea mosaic virus. The RF was assayed for infectivity in a local lesion host and a systemic host. In neither host was undenatured RF infectious, although infectivity was restored upon denaturation.

Keyword(s): CPMV and replicative form RNA
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