Rescue of adeno-associated virus from recombinant plasmids: gene correction within the terminal repeats of AAV.

Abstract

We have isolated three types of pBR322-AAV recombinant plasmids that contain deletions within the 145 bp AAV terminal repeats. When the plasmids were transfected into human cells, mutants that contained deletions within the left (type I) or right (type II) terminal repeat were viable. Of four mutants examined that contained deletions in both termini (type III), only one was viable. All of the viable mutants produced AAV virions that contained wild-type AAV DNA. Furthermore, the viable type III deletion could be converted to a nonviable mutant by deleting all copies of an 11 bp sequence from its termini. We conclude that there is an efficient mechanism for correcting deletions within the AAV termini. A model that could account for these observations is also discussed.

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@article{Samulski1983RescueOA, title={Rescue of adeno-associated virus from recombinant plasmids: gene correction within the terminal repeats of AAV.}, author={R. Jude Samulski and Aruna Srivastava and Kenneth I. Berns and Nicholas Muzyczka}, journal={Cell}, year={1983}, volume={33 1}, pages={135-43} }