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Summary

Reciprocal complementation experiments in mouse L cells and BHK-21 cells show that the complementing temperature-sensitive () mutants of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV), Indiana serotype, isolated from the wild-type strain, belong to groups I, III and IV (Flamand & Pringle, 1971). Since the homologies of mutants isolated from three different wild-type strains growing in different host cells can be established by cross-complementation, proposals are made for a uniform nomenclature of mutants of VSV Indiana.

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1973-06-01
2019-10-19
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