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Science out Release Date: Download Here http: Reliable and early detection methods are still one of the main and most effective actions to develop control strategies for plant viral diseases. During the last years, considerable progress has been made to develop tools with high specificity and low detection limits for use in the detection of these plant pathogens.

Time and cost reductions have been some of the main objectives pursued during the last few years as these increase their feasibility for routine use. Among other strategies, these objectives can be achieved by the simultaneous detection and or identification of several viruses in a single assay.

Nucleic acid-based detection techniques are especially suitable for this purpose. Polyvalent detection has allowed the detection of multiple plant viruses at the genus level.

In this short review, we provide an update on the progress made during the last decade on techniques such as multiplex PCR, polyvalent PCR, non-isotopic molecular hybridization techniques, real-time PCR, and array technologies to allow simultaneous detection of multiple plant viruses. Keywords: multiplex, polymerase chain reaction, molecular hybridization, microarrays, polyprobes, nextgeneration sequencing, plant viruses, viroids Introduction Plant viruses and viroids are still a major concern in modern agriculture.

They cause substantial economic losses in many important crops, especially those for which no virus-resistant varieties are available. Thus, early detection of these pathogens is still one of the main ways to control the development of the disease. The advent of nucleic acid-based technologies has allowed improving sensitivity to limits below the potential pathogenic thresholds solving some of the challenges posed by the need for specific and sensitive detection of plant viruses and viroids Lopez et al.

Different approaches, based on different biochemical principles, can be used to detect simultaneously multiple plant viruses or viroids including the following: i multiplex or polyvalent polymerase chain reaction PCR , ii molecular hybridization including array techniques, and iii next-generation sequencing NGS technologies.

The latter is revolutionizing the way plant virus diagnosticians are addressing the identification and characterization of new viruses and viroids and is having a profound impact on plant pathology in general see Barba et al. However, PCR-based and molecular hybridization methods are still used frequently in most diagnostic laboratories due to years of validation, knowledge of their specificity and sensitivity, ease of implementation, and relatively low cost.Institutional Subscription.

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