Journal of Virology
Geisel School of Medicine
The simian virus 40 T-antigen carboxy-terminal mutants, dlA2459 and dlA2475, are cell line and temperature dependent for growth and plaque formation in monkey kidney cells. Although these mutants did form plaques on BSC-1 cells at 37 degrees C, they were about fivefold less efficient for plaque formation than wild-type simian virus 40. These mutants did not grow in CV-1 cells and did not synthesize agnoprotein in those cells. CV-1 cells which constitutively express the agnoprotein were permissive for mutant plaque formation. However, late mRNAs, virion proteins, and progeny virion yields did not accumulate to wild-type levels during mutant infection of the agnoprotein-producing cells.
Stacy TP, Chamberlain M, Carswell S, Cole CN. The growth of simian virus 40 (SV40) host range/adenovirus helper function mutants in an African green monkey cell line that constitutively expresses the SV40 agnoprotein. J Virol. 1990;64(7):3522-3526. doi:10.1128/JVI.64.7.3522-3526.1990
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Stacy, Terryl P.; Chamberlain, Michele; Carswell, Susan; and Cole, Charles N., "The Growth of Simian Virus 40 (SV40) Host Range/Adenovirus Helper Function Mutants in an African Green Monkey Cell Line that Constitutively Expresses the SV40 Agnoprotein." (1990). Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty. 1177.