Biopolym. Cell. 1993; 9(2):9-18.
Клеточная биология
Ингибирование вирусной инфекции 2'–5'-олигоаденилатом при регенерации меристем картофеля
1Ткачук З. Ю., 1Артеменко В. С., 1Семерникова Л. И.
  1. Институт молекулярной биологии и генетики НАН Украины
    ул. Академика Заболотного, 150, Киев, Украина, 03680

Abstract

Изучено влияние разных концентраций 2'–5'-олигоаденилата в культуральной среде на процесс регенерации мепистем и количество регенерантов. свободных от X-, S-, M- и F-вирусов картофеля. Подобраны концентрации препарата, угнетающие репродукцию вирусов не влияя при этом на развитие регенерантов. Показано наличие сортовой зависимости при оздоровлении картофеля и универсальность противовирусного действия 2'–5'-олигоаденилата.

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