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Citation: Shu-Jing Liu,  Qiong Wang,  Ting-Ting Li,  Si-Hua Zhang,  Jin-Yan Li,  Li-Jun Wu,  Ye Qiu,  Xing-Yi Ge. Characterization of the First Genome of Porcine mastadenovirus B (HNU1 Strain) and Implications on Its Lymphoid and Special Origin [J].VIROLOGICA SINICA.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12250-020-00210-9

Characterization of the First Genome of Porcine mastadenovirus B (HNU1 Strain) and Implications on Its Lymphoid and Special Origin

  • Corresponding author: Ye Qiu, qiuye@hnu.edu.cn Xing-Yi Ge, xyge@hnu.edu.cn
  • Received Date: 05 December 2019
    Accepted Date: 04 February 2020
    Published Date: 31 March 2020

    Fund Project: This work was jointly funded by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (grant number 2017YFD0500104), the Hu-Xiang Youth Talents Scholar Program of Hunan Province (grant number 2017RS3017), the Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars of Hunan Province (grant number 2019JJ20004), National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant number 81902070), the Provincial Natural Science Foundation of Hunan Province (grant number 2019JJ50035) and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China (grant number 531107051162).

  • Porcine adenoviruses (PAdVs) are classified into three species, PAdV-A, PAdV-B, and PAdV-C. The genomes of PAdV-A and PAdV-C have been well characterized. However, the genome of PAdV-B has never been completely sequenced, and the epidemiology of PAdV-B remains unclear. In our study, we have identified a novel strain of PAdV-B, named PAdV-BHNU1, in porcine samples collected in China by viral metagenomic assay and general PCR. The genome of PAdV-BHNU1 is 31,743 bp in length and highly similar to that of California sea lion adenovirus 1 (C. sea lion AdV-1), which contains typical mastadenoviral structures and some unique regions at the carboxy-terminal end. Especially, PAdV-BHNU1 harbors a dUTPase coding region not clustering with other mastadenoviruses except for C. sea lion AdV-1 and a fiber coding region homologous with galectin 4 and 9 of animals. However, the variance of GC contents between PAdV-BHNU1 (55%) and C. sea lion AdV-1 (36%) indicates their differential evolutionary paths. Further epidemiologic study revealed a high positive rate (51.7%) of PAdV-B-HNU1 in porcine lymph samples, but low positive rates of 10.2% and 16.1% in oral swabs and rectal swabs, respectively. In conclusion, this study characterized a novel representative genome of a lymphotropic PAdV-B with unique evolutionary origin, which contributes to the taxonomical and pathogenic studies of PAdVs.

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    Characterization of the First Genome of Porcine mastadenovirus B (HNU1 Strain) and Implications on Its Lymphoid and Special Origin

      Corresponding author: Ye Qiu, qiuye@hnu.edu.cn
      Corresponding author: Xing-Yi Ge, xyge@hnu.edu.cn
    • 1 Hunan Provincial Key Laboratory of Medical Virology, Institute of Pathogen Biology and Immunology, College of Biology, Hunan University, Changsha 410082, Hunan, China
    • 2 Hubei Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center, Wuhan 430070, China
    • 3 Wuhan Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center, Wuhan 430016, China
    • 4 Wuhan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Wuhan 430065, China
    Fund Project:  This work was jointly funded by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (grant number 2017YFD0500104), the Hu-Xiang Youth Talents Scholar Program of Hunan Province (grant number 2017RS3017), the Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars of Hunan Province (grant number 2019JJ20004), National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant number 81902070), the Provincial Natural Science Foundation of Hunan Province (grant number 2019JJ50035) and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China (grant number 531107051162).

    Abstract: Porcine adenoviruses (PAdVs) are classified into three species, PAdV-A, PAdV-B, and PAdV-C. The genomes of PAdV-A and PAdV-C have been well characterized. However, the genome of PAdV-B has never been completely sequenced, and the epidemiology of PAdV-B remains unclear. In our study, we have identified a novel strain of PAdV-B, named PAdV-BHNU1, in porcine samples collected in China by viral metagenomic assay and general PCR. The genome of PAdV-BHNU1 is 31,743 bp in length and highly similar to that of California sea lion adenovirus 1 (C. sea lion AdV-1), which contains typical mastadenoviral structures and some unique regions at the carboxy-terminal end. Especially, PAdV-BHNU1 harbors a dUTPase coding region not clustering with other mastadenoviruses except for C. sea lion AdV-1 and a fiber coding region homologous with galectin 4 and 9 of animals. However, the variance of GC contents between PAdV-BHNU1 (55%) and C. sea lion AdV-1 (36%) indicates their differential evolutionary paths. Further epidemiologic study revealed a high positive rate (51.7%) of PAdV-B-HNU1 in porcine lymph samples, but low positive rates of 10.2% and 16.1% in oral swabs and rectal swabs, respectively. In conclusion, this study characterized a novel representative genome of a lymphotropic PAdV-B with unique evolutionary origin, which contributes to the taxonomical and pathogenic studies of PAdVs.

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