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Abstract

Interference of wild-type reovirus growth by some temperature-sensitive (ts) mutant viruses under non-permissive conditions or by other wild-type isolates has been demonstrated; however, the stage of the virus replication cycle at which interference occurs has not been defined. Examination of the time-course of the yields of T1 Lang (T1L) dsRNA in the progeny of mixed infections of T1L with T3 Dearing (T3D) or with a panel of T3D ts mutants at a non-permissive temperature revealed that interference takes place by 8–10 h post-infection and occurs prior to or at the same time as accumulation of reovirus dsRNA. Taken together with our previous results, these data indicate that interference occurs during a window between virus uncoating and synthesis of dsRNA in the reovirus replication cycle, probably at the stage of assembly of primary reovirus particles.

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1996-07-01
2019-11-15
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