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Genetic characterization of Pepino mosaic virus isolates from Belgian greenhouse tomatoes reveals genetic recombination

Bibliographic reference Hanssen, Inge M. ; Paeleman, Anneleen ; Wittemans, Lieve ; Goen, Kris ; Lievens, Bart ; et. al. Genetic characterization of Pepino mosaic virus isolates from Belgian greenhouse tomatoes reveals genetic recombination. In: European Journal of Plant Pathology, Vol. 121, no. 2, p. 131-146 (2008)
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