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Summary

Immunoelectron microscopy with gold-labelled antibodies showed that homologous capsid proteins or virions are associated with cylindrical inclusions of wheat streak mosaic virus and of wheat spindle streak mosaic virus . Capsid proteins did not bind to any other structure in the cell. The specific association of capsid proteins with cylindrical inclusions is discussed in relation to cell-to-cell spread of virions through plasmodesmata.

Keyword(s): capsid protein , inclusions , WSMV and WSSMV
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