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Tobacco Mosaic Virus: Cytological Evidence of the Synthesis in the Nucleus

Tokuzo Hirai and Atsushi Hirai
Science
New Series, Vol. 145, No. 3632 (Aug. 7, 1964), pp. 589-591
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1714202
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Tobacco Mosaic Virus: Cytological Evidence of the Synthesis in the Nucleus
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Abstract

Living tomato hair cells were directly injected with tobacco mosaic virus or tobacco mosaic virus RNA with a fine glass needle. Use of a fluorescent tobacco mosaic virus antibody showed the presence of the virus protein in the nucleus 6 to 18 hours after the injection. As time of infection progressed, staining of the cytoplasm became more prominent.

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