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SUMMARY

Pathogenesis-related (PR) proteins ( 14000 to 18000) serologically related to PR 1a protein from cv. Xanthi-nc were detected in infected plants or salicylic acid-treated plants of maize, barley, tomato, potato, and using affinity-purified antibodies in immunoelectroblots. Only in was a protein related to PR 1a found in a healthy plant.

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