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Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt

Salama M El-saghir.

Abstract
Background: In Egypt potato crop is affected heavily by a wide variety of viruses, viz. PVY, PLRV, and PVX. Potato virus S (PVS), family Betaflexiviridae; genus Carlavirus) is one of the most common potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) viruses found infecting potato worldwide. PVS was detected only once in Egypt in 1988. However no further studies have been made on it in Egypt recently. PVS-infection to potatoes causes mild symptoms, viz. rugosity, mosaic, stunting, leaf bronzing, and early leaf dropping. Heavy losses; however, can occur upon mixed infection with PVS and PVX or PVM.
Objective: The objective of this study is to characterize the incidence of PVS serologically with authentic antiserum for PVS and, molecularly using specific primers for PVS.


Key words: PVS; IC RT-PCR; DBIA; Solanum tuberosum


 
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Salama M El-saghir. Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt. JVS. 2017; 1(Vol. 1, Jan. 2017): 67-75.


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Salama M El-saghir. Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt. JVS. (2017), [cited March 28, 2020]; 1(Vol. 1, Jan. 2017): 67-75.



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Salama M El-saghir (2017) Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt. JVS, 1 (Vol. 1, Jan. 2017), 67-75.



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Salama M El-saghir. 2017. Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt. Journal of Virological Sciences, 1 (Vol. 1, Jan. 2017), 67-75.



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Salama M El-saghir. "Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt." Journal of Virological Sciences 1 (2017), 67-75.



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Salama M El-saghir. "Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt." Journal of Virological Sciences 1.Vol. 1, Jan. 2017 (2017), 67-75. Print.



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Salama M El-saghir (2017) Incidence, serological and molecular characterization of Potato virus S from commercial potato in Egypt. Journal of Virological Sciences, 1 (Vol. 1, Jan. 2017), 67-75.








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