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BMC Veterinary Research

, 7:80

First Online: 22 December 2011Received: 04 October 2011Accepted: 22 December 2011

Abstract

BackgroundReporter genes are often used as a selectable marker for generation of recombinant viruses in order to investigate the mechanism of pathogenesis and to obtain candidate vaccine viruses. Routine selection of the recombinant parapoxvirus is time-consuming and labor intensive. Therefore, developing a novel method for selection is critical.

ResultsIn this study, we developed a rapid method to generate recombinant Orf viruses ORFV based on the enhanced green fluorescent protein EGFP reporter gene as a selectable marker. The coding sequence of EGFP gene was amplified from pEGFP-N1 vector and subcloned into the pZIPPY-neo-gus plasmid under the control of the early-late vaccinia virus VACV VV7.5 promoter and flanked by two multiple cloning sites MCS to generate a novel transfer vector pSPV-EGFP. Using the pSPV-EGFP, two recombination cassettes pSPV-113LF-EGFP-113RF and pSPV-116LF-EGFP-116RF were constructed by cloning the flanking regions of the ORFV113 and ORFV116 and inserted into two MCS flanking the EGFP gene. Using this novel system, two single gene deletion mutants OV-IA82Δ113 and OV-IA82Δ116 were successfully generated.

ConclusionsThis approach shortens the time needed to generate recombinant ORFVs rORFVs. Thus, the pSPV-EGFP vector provides a direct, fast, and convenient way to manipulate the recombinant viruses, indicating that it is highly suited for its designed purpose.

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-1746-6148-7-80 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

Zhangyong Ning, Yongzheng Peng, Wenbo Hao contributed equally to this work.

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Autor: Zhangyong Ning - Yongzheng Peng - Wenbo Hao - Chaohui Duan - Daniel L Rock - Shuhong Luo

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