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Novel Phakopsora pachyrhizi extracellular proteins are ideal targets for immunological diagnostic assays.(Report)

Several studies are carried out for the identification of the Asian soybean rust (ASR) proteins that are expressed early during the infection for the development of immunodiagnostic assays. The results demonstrate that these proteins are the ideal targets for the immunological diagnostic assays.

Journal Title: Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2012, Vol.78(11), p.3890(6)
Main Author: Luster, Douglas G.
Other Authors: Edwards, H. Herb , Ivey, Melanie L. Lewis , Miller, Sally A. , Dorrance, Anne E. , Mcmahon, Michael B. , Boerma, Britney L.
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title: Novel Phakopsora pachyrhizi extracellular proteins are ideal targets for immunological diagnostic assays.(Report)
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  • Luster, Douglas G.
  • Edwards, H. Herb
  • Ivey, Melanie L. Lewis
  • Miller, Sally A.
  • Dorrance, Anne E.
  • Mcmahon, Michael B.
  • Boerma, Britney L.
subjects:
  • Fungicides – Usage
  • Phytopathogenic Fungi – Health Aspects
  • Phytopathogenic Fungi – Control
  • Rust Diseases – Causes of
  • Rust Diseases – Prevention
  • Soybeans – Diseases and Pests
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description: Several studies are carried out for the identification of the Asian soybean rust (ASR) proteins that are expressed early during the infection for the development of immunodiagnostic assays. The results demonstrate that these proteins are the ideal targets for the immunological diagnostic assays.
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