Antibody-based Diagnostic Tools for Identifying Tomato Diseases
By Christine Smart, Ph.D.
Department of Plant Pathology
and Plant-Microbe Biology
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This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners identify appropriate antibody-based diagnostic tools to aid in pathogen identification. This presentation describes the theory behind commonly used tools such as indirect ELISA and immunostrip assays, and also discusses technologies that may improve disease diagnosis in tomato in the future.
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