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Shi, J., Pagliaccia, D., Morgan, R., Qiao, Y., Pan, S., Vidalakis, G., and Ma, W. 2014. Novel diagnosis for citrus stubborn disease by detection of a Spiroplasma citri-secreted protein. Phytopathology 104:188-195. Citrus stubborn disease (CSD), first identified in California, is a widespread bacterial disease found in most arid citrus-producing regions in the United States and the Mediterranean Region. The disease is caused by Spiroplasma citri, an insect-transmitted and phloem-colonizingdoi:10.1094/phyto-06-13-0176-r pmid:23931112 fatcat:jeszclpjorgn5lmuraakknk24u