Nipah virus RNA synthesis in cultured pig and human cells

Chang, L.Y. and Ali, A.R.M. and Hassan, S.S. and AbuBakar, Sazaly (2006) Nipah virus RNA synthesis in cultured pig and human cells. Journal of Medical Virology, 78 (8). pp. 1105-1112. ISSN 0146-6615

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Abstract

Nipah virus infection of porcine stable kidney cells (PS), human neuronal cells (SK-N-MC), human lung fibroblasts cells (MRC-5), and human monocytes (THP-1) were examined. Rapid progression of cytopathic effects (CPE) and cell death were noted in PS cell cultures treated with Nipah virus, followed by MRC-5, SK-N-MC, and THP-1 cell cultures, in descending order of rapidity. Significant increase in the intracellular Nipah virus RNA occurred beginning at 24 hr Pl in all the infected cells. Whereas, the extracellular release of Nipah virus RNA increased significantly beginning at 48 and 72 hr Pl for the infected MRC-5 cells and PS cells, respectively. No significant release of extracellular Nipah virus RNA was detected from the Nipah virus-infected SK-N-MC and THP-1 cells. At its peak, approximately 6.6 log PFU/mu l of extracellular Nipah virus RNA was released from the Nipah virus-infected PS cells, with at least a 100-fold less virus RNA was recorded in the Nipah virus-infected SK-N-MC and THP-1. Approximately 15.2 (+/- 0.1) of the released virus from the infected PS cell cultures was infectious in contrast to approximately 5.5 (+/- 0.7) from the infected SK-N-MC cells. The findings suggest that there are no differences in the capacity to support Nipah virus replication between pigs and humans in fully susceptible PS and MRC-5 cells. However, there are differences between these cells and human neuronal cells and monocytes in the ability to support Nipah virus replication and virus release.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Chang, LY Ali, ARM Hassan, SS AbuBakar, S
Uncontrolled Keywords: Neurons;Nipah virus;pig;real-time;replication;RNA synthesis
Subjects: R Medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine
Depositing User: Miss Nur Jannatul Adnin Ahmad Shafawi
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2012 01:55
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2019 08:05
URI: http://eprints.um.edu.my/id/eprint/3940

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