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Nonsense suppressors partially revert the decrease of the messenger rna level of a nonsense mutant allele in yeast


, : Nonsense suppressors partially revert the decrease of the messenger rna level of a nonsense mutant allele in yeast. Current Genetics 17(1): 77-80

suc2.degree. is a naturally occurring amber mutant allele of the yeast invertase structural gene SUC2. Strains carrying suc2.degree. had only 10% of the wild type invertase-specific mRNA level. Amber suppressors, which allowed suc2.degree. strains to ferment sucrose caused an increase of the SUC-specific mRNA level.

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