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The expression of cauliflower mosaic virus proteins was examined in crown gall tissue transformed by integration of virus genome DNA into plant host chromosomes by mediated transfer. Galls upon plants of species that support infection by virus particles as well as upon non-host plants were analysed by immunoblotting using antisera specific to proteins encoded by viral genes I, IV and VI. The product of viral gene VI was present in all plants tested, but no other viral gene products could be detected in any host.

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1987-12-01
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