Partial nucleotide sequencing and characterization of human parvovirus B19 genome DNAs from damaged human fetuses and from patients with leukemia

Partial nucleotide sequencing and characterization of human parvovirus B19 genome DNAs from... Department of Virology, Faculty of Medicine (K.U.), and School of Health Sciences (T.N.),Kyushu Uniuersity, Fukuoka, Japan Kurtzman et al., 1988; Mortimer et al., 1985; Nascimento et al., 1991; Nunoue et al., 1985, 1987; Smith et al., 1988; Weiland et al., 19871. The B19 viral particle contains a 5.6 kb,linear, single-stranded DNA genome of either polarity, with terminal palindromic sequences of 383 nucleotides (nt) [Clewley, 1984; Deiss et al., 1990; Shade et al., 1986; Summers et al., 19831. The nucleotide sequences of the almost-full-length genome of two B19 strains have been determined [Blundell et al., 1987; Shade et al., 19861. B19 is difficult to grow in the laboratory; it does not propagate in conventional cell lines [Shimomura et al., 19921. Productive B19 infection occurs in human erythroid progenitor cells, and B19 has been propagated in suspension cultures of human erythroid bone marrow cells [Ozawa et al., 19861, in primary human fetal liver culture [Yaegashi et al., 19891, in hematopoietic progenitor cells generated in vitro from normal human peripheral blood [Schwarz et al., 19921, and in human umbilical cord blood erythroid progenitor cells [Sosa et al., 19921. Because these cells cannot be used conventionally, amplification by the polymerase chain reaction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Medical Virology Wiley

Partial nucleotide sequencing and characterization of human parvovirus B19 genome DNAs from damaged human fetuses and from patients with leukemia

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Department of Virology, Faculty of Medicine (K.U.), and School of Health Sciences (T.N.),Kyushu Uniuersity, Fukuoka, Japan Kurtzman et al., 1988; Mortimer et al., 1985; Nascimento et al., 1991; Nunoue et al., 1985, 1987; Smith et al., 1988; Weiland et al., 19871. The B19 viral particle contains a 5.6 kb,linear, single-stranded DNA genome of either polarity, with terminal palindromic sequences of 383 nucleotides (nt) [Clewley, 1984; Deiss et al., 1990; Shade et al., 1986; Summers et al., 19831. The nucleotide sequences of the almost-full-length genome of two B19 strains have been determined [Blundell et al., 1987; Shade et al., 19861. B19 is difficult to grow in the laboratory; it does not propagate in conventional cell lines [Shimomura et al., 19921. Productive B19 infection occurs in human erythroid progenitor cells, and B19 has been propagated in suspension cultures of human erythroid bone marrow cells [Ozawa et al., 19861, in primary human fetal liver culture [Yaegashi et al., 19891, in hematopoietic progenitor cells generated in vitro from normal human peripheral blood [Schwarz et al., 19921, and in human umbilical cord blood erythroid progenitor cells [Sosa et al., 19921. Because these cells cannot be used conventionally, amplification by the polymerase chain reaction

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Journal of Medical VirologyWiley

Published: Apr 1, 1993

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