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A dot immunobinding assay (DIBA) was modified for the rapid detection of plant viruses in infected tissues by avoiding non-specific reactions and minimizing the amounts of antibodies used. With this method, less than 1 ng of tobacco mosaic virus could be detected in several milligrams of infected tobacco leaves. This simple, rapid and sensitive assay should prove to be a useful and practical diagnostic technique for plant virus diseases.

Keyword(s): DIBA , dot ELISA , ELISA and TMV
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1985-05-01
2019-11-21
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