[Construction and sequencing of full-length cDNA clone of swine vesicular disease virus strain HK'1/70].

Abstract

By RACE, 2 overlapping cDNA fragments (3'PCR and 5'PCR fragments) covering the full genome of swine vesicular disease virus strain HK'1/70 were amplified from total RNA extracted from experimentally infected suckling mice. These fragments were cloned into pGEM-T Easy vector, respectively. 5'PCR fragment was digested by enzymes of Aat II and BssH II, and the Aat II-BssH II-digested 5'PCR fragment was obtained and cloned into the recombinant pGEM-T Easy vector containing 3'PCR fragment,the recombinant plasmid encoding full-length cDNA of SVDV HK'I/70 strain was then obtained and sequenced. The results showed that the complete genome of HK'1/70 was 7401 nucleotides (nts) long (excluding the poly (A) tract) which encodes a single polyprotein of 2185 amino acids, a 5'u ntranslating region (UTR) of 743 nts, a 3'UTR of 102 nts and a poly (A) tail at least 74 adenines. T' promoter was added at the 5'e nd of the full-length cDNA and an additional Pspl406I restriction site was added at the 3'e nd of poly (A) tail. The nucleotide and amino acid sequences were compared and phylogenetic analysis was used to examine the evolutionary relationships. The results showed that HK'1 /70 belonged to the second antigenic group. SVD virus was antigenically closely related to Coxsackie B5 virus, and located on the branches of CB5 evolutionary tree. Successful construction of full-length cDNA clone of SVDV HK'1/70 strain lays foundation for rescuing SVDV effectively and enables further research of SVDV on molecular level.

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@article{Zheng2007ConstructionAS, title={[Construction and sequencing of full-length cDNA clone of swine vesicular disease virus strain HK'1/70].}, author={Hai-xue Zheng and Xiangtao Liu and You-jun Shang and Miao-Tao Zhang and Xia Feng and Xingwen Bai and Jin-Yan Wu and Jian-liang Lv and Shiqi Sun and Shuang-hui Yin and Jianhong Guo and Qin-Ge Xie}, journal={Bing du xue bao = Chinese journal of virology}, year={2007}, volume={23 1}, pages={51-6} }