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Title: Frequent rearrangement may explain the structural heterogeneity in the 11th genome segment of lapine rotaviruses - short communication
Authors: Banyai, Krisztian ×
Matthijnssens, Jelle
Szücs, György
Forgách, Petra
Erdélyi, Károly
Van Ranst, Marc
Lorusso, Eleonora
Decaro, Nicola
Elia, Gabriella
Martella, Vito #
Issue Date: Sep-2009
Publisher: Akademiai kiado rt
Series Title: Acta veterinaria hungarica vol:57 issue:3 pages:453-461
Abstract: In rotaviruses, intragenic recombination or gene rearrangement occurs almost exclusively in the genome segments encoding for non-structural proteins. Rearranged RNA originates by mechanisms of partial sequence duplications and deletions or insertions of non-templated nucleotides. Of interest, epidemiological investigations have pointed out an unusual bias to rearrangements in genome segment 11, notably in rotavirus strains of lapine origin, as evidenced by the detection of numerous lapine strains with super-short genomic electropherotype. The sequence of the full-length genome segment 11 of two lapine strains with super-short electropherotype, LRV-4 and 3489/3, was determined and compared with rearranged and normal cognate genome segments of lapine rotaviruses. The rearranged genome segments contained head-to-tail partial duplications at the 3' end of the main ORF encoding NSP5. Unlike the strains Alabama and B4106, intermingled stretches of non-templated sequences were not present in the accessory RNA of LRV-4 and 3489/3, while multiple deletions were mapped, suggesting the lack of functional constraints. Altogether, these findings suggest that independent rearrangement events have given origin to the various lapine strains that have super-short genome pattern.
ISSN: 0236-6290
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Laboratory of Clinical and Epidemiological Virology (Rega Institute)
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