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Summary

The sequence homologies between the RNA genomes of seven European and one North American isolate of cherry leaf roll virus (CLRV) were compared using cDNA hybridization analysis. A high degree of homology (85 to 95%) was detected between birch and cherry isolates of the virus, but lower levels of homology (46 to 48%) were inferred when these were compared with a rhubarb or a North American dogwood isolate of CLRV.

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