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Characterization of Virulence Function of Pseudomonas cichorii Avirulence Protein E1 (AvrE1) during Host Plant Infection
Duyen Do Tran Huong, Nagendran Rajalingam, Yong Hoon Lee
Plant Pathol J. 2021;37(5):494-501.   Published online October 1, 2021

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Characterization of Virulence Function of Pseudomonas cichorii Avirulence Protein E1 (AvrE1) during Host Plant Infection
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