Suppression of the temperature-sensitive phenotype of a mutant of reovirus type 3

Science  28 Jan 1977:
Vol. 195, Issue 4276, pp. 406-407
DOI: 10.1126/science.831284


A revertant of a reovirus group A temperature-sensitive mutant was crossed with wild type. More than 50 percent of the progeny were temperature sensitive. In all of the temperature-sensitive progeny examined by recombination tests, the temperature-sensitive lesion was in group A. The results indicate that the revertant was phenotypically suppressed.