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The novel elicitor COS-OGA enhances potato resistance to late blight

Bibliographic reference Clinckemaillie, Aurélie ; Decroës, Alain ; van Aubel, Géraldine ; Carrola Dos Santos, Samuel ; Renard, Marie Eve ; et. al. The novel elicitor COS-OGA enhances potato resistance to late blight. In: Plant pathology, , p. 1-8 (2016)
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