xMAP multiplex detection of plant pathogens

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Abstract

ELISA is a common method to detect and characterize Plant pathogenic viruses. This method is also used to detect plant pathogenic bacteria supplemented by immuno fluorescence microscopy and plating on selective media. All these methods have in common that generally just one plant pathogenic organism is detected per assessment http://www.aab.org.uk/images/ADV_VIROLOGY_PP&BF.pdf
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventInternational Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists - Arnhem
Duration: 5 Sep 20107 Sep 2010

Conference

ConferenceInternational Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists
CityArnhem
Period5/09/107/09/10

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    van der Vlugt, R. A. A., Bergervoet, J. H. W., Peters, J., van der Wolf, J. M., de Weerdt, M., & van Beckhoven, J. R. C. M. (2010). xMAP multiplex detection of plant pathogens. Abstract from International Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists, Arnhem, .