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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: PARTIAL VP1 SEQUENCING OF BRAZILIAN INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE VIRUS STRAINS
Author: Bittencourt Fernandes, Maria Judite
Simoni, Isabela Cristina
Harakava, Ricardo
Rivas, Eliana Borges
Arns, Clarice Weis
Abstract: Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) is classified according to the antigenicity and virulence into classical virulent (cv), very virulent (vv), and antigenic variant strains. The molecular basis for the IBDV antigenic variation is well established and is associated to the capsid protein, VP2 (gene VP2 of segment A), whereas both VP2 and the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, VP1 (gene VP1 of segment B), have been correlated with the virulence. In this study, seventeen Brazilian IBDV samples previously characterized by the VP2 gene as cv (three) and vv (fourteen) strains were genetically and molecularly analyzed for their VP1 gene. All of the strains kept with the same cv or vv classification except one sample, Br/03/DR. This sample was classified as vv by its VP2 gene, but it was most closely related to the cv strains by its VP1 partial sequence and phylogeny. Studies on the phylogeny of VP1 have suggested a possible reassortment event that originated the vvVP1. In this case, the sample carrying vvVP2 and cvVP1 could be a descendant of IBDV ancestors prior to the reassortment of vvVP1; alternatively, it could be the result of a genetic exchange between the segments of different strains or with a live attenuated vaccine. Nevertheless, this is the first report of natural genetic reassortment of IBDV in Brazil.
Subject: Brazilian infectious bursal disease virus
very virulent strain
VP1
sequencing
phylogenetic analysis
Country: Brazil
Editor: Soc Brasileira Microbiologia
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2012
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