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Recurrence of nucleotide sequences in RNA fragments of barley streak mosaic virus


, : Recurrence of nucleotide sequences in RNA fragments of barley streak mosaic virus. Biologicheskie Nauki (6): 23-26

Results of experiments on hybridization of individual fragments of the genome RNA with a bispiral replication form of RNA indicate considerable homology of nucleotide sequences in RNA fragments.

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