Molecular characterization of a porcine Group A rotavirus strain with G12 genotype specificity

Molecular characterization of a porcine Group A rotavirus strain with G12 genotype specificity A porcine Group A rotavirus strain (RU172) was detected and molecularly characterized during a surveillance study conducted for rotavirus infection in a pig farm located in a suburban area of Kolkata City, India. The G12 genotype specificity of RU172 was revealed by PCR-based genotyping assays following addition of a G12 type-specific primer (designed in our laboratory to pick up G12 isolates from field samples) and was confirmed by sequence analysis of the VP7-encoding gene. The RU172 strain exhibited maximum VP7 identities of 93.6% to 94.5% with human G12 strains at the deduced amino acid level. In spite of its G12 genotype nature, RU172 appeared to be distinct from human G12 rotaviruses and, on phylogenetic analysis, formed a separate lineage with human G12 strains. Among the other gene segments analyzed, RU172 belonged to NSP4 genotype B, had a NSP5 and VP6 of porcine origin, and shared maximum VP4 identities with porcine P(7) rotaviruses (94.3%–95.4% at the deduced amino acid level). Therefore, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of detection of an animal rotavirus strain with G12 genotype specificity. Detection of strains like RU172 provides vital insights into the genomic diversity of Group A rotaviruses of man and animals. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

Molecular characterization of a porcine Group A rotavirus strain with G12 genotype specificity

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Springer-Verlag
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Copyright © 2006 by Springer-Verlag
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Biomedicine; Medical Microbiology; Infectious Diseases; Virology
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0304-8608
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1432-8798
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10.1007/s00705-005-0714-7
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Abstract

A porcine Group A rotavirus strain (RU172) was detected and molecularly characterized during a surveillance study conducted for rotavirus infection in a pig farm located in a suburban area of Kolkata City, India. The G12 genotype specificity of RU172 was revealed by PCR-based genotyping assays following addition of a G12 type-specific primer (designed in our laboratory to pick up G12 isolates from field samples) and was confirmed by sequence analysis of the VP7-encoding gene. The RU172 strain exhibited maximum VP7 identities of 93.6% to 94.5% with human G12 strains at the deduced amino acid level. In spite of its G12 genotype nature, RU172 appeared to be distinct from human G12 rotaviruses and, on phylogenetic analysis, formed a separate lineage with human G12 strains. Among the other gene segments analyzed, RU172 belonged to NSP4 genotype B, had a NSP5 and VP6 of porcine origin, and shared maximum VP4 identities with porcine P(7) rotaviruses (94.3%–95.4% at the deduced amino acid level). Therefore, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of detection of an animal rotavirus strain with G12 genotype specificity. Detection of strains like RU172 provides vital insights into the genomic diversity of Group A rotaviruses of man and animals.

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Archives of VirologySpringer Journals

Published: Jul 1, 2006

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