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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Michael D Reinsel
Floral and Nursery Plants Research Unit
Biological Science Lab Technician (Biochemistry)

Phone: (301) 504-9424
Fax: (301) 504-5096
Room 011
10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
BLDG 003 BARC-WEST
BELTSVILLE, MD, 20705-2350


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Lolium latent virus (Alphaflexiviridae) coat proteins: expression and functions in infected plant tissue - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Vaira, A., Lim, H., Bauchan, G.R., Owens, R.A., Dienelt, M.M., Reinsel, M.D., Hammond, J., Natilla, A. 2012. Lolium latent virus (Alphaflexiviridae) coat proteins: expression and functions in infected plant tissue. Journal of General Virology. 93:1814-1824.
Mixed infection and novel viruses in various species of Phlox - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hammond, J., Reinsel, M.D. 2011. Mixed infection and novel viruses in various species of Phlox. Acta Horticulture Proceedings. 901:119-126.
First report of Freesia sneak virus in Freesia sp.in Virginia, USA Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Vaira, A.M., Hansen, M.A., Murphy, C., Reinsel, M.D., and Hammond, J. 2009. First report of Freesia sneak virus in Freesia sp. in Virginia, USA. Plant Disease. 93(9):965. Available http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-93-9-0965B.
IDENTIFICATION AND FULL SEQUENCE OF AN ISOLATE OF ALTERNANTHERA - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hammond, J., Reinsel, M.D., Maroon-Lango. 2006. Identification and full sequence of an isolate of Alternanthera mosaic potexvirus infecting Phlox stolonifera. Archives of Virology. 151:477-493.
IDENTIFICATION OF POTEXVIRUS ISOLATES FROM CREEPING PHLOX AND PORTULACA AS STRAINS OF ALTERNANTHERA MOSAIC VIRUS, AND COMPARISON OF THE 3'-TERMINAL PORTION OF THE VIRAL GENOMES - (Proceedings)
Hammond, J., Reinsel, M.D., Maroon-Lango, C.J. 2006. Identification of potexvirus isolates from creeping phlox and trailing portulaca as strains of Alternanthera mosaic virus, and comparison of the 3'-terminal portion of the viral genomes. Acta Horticulture. 722:71-78.
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