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Direct genotyping of cytomegalovirus envelope glycoproteins from toddler's saliva samples

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BACKGROUND: The polymorphism of genes encoding CMV envelope protein is used for strain classification and may influence pathogenesis and/or infectivity. CMV genotyping is usually based on sequencing or acrylamide gel-RFLP, but these methods are not suited to rapid screening of large populations. OBJECTIVES: We developed a high-throughput method to analyze CMV strains diversity and to detect multiple-strain infection in a large population of toddlers (six daycare centers (DCC) and an emergency unit (EU)). METHODS: We developed a new PCR-RFLP method coupled with capillary electrophoresis fragment detection for UL55-gB, UL75-gH and UL73-gN genotyping. To detect gB recombinants, gpUL55 typing was applied to two variable zones (NTerminal and central). We applied this method to 212 CMV-positive saliva samples and controlled the results by direct sequencing of PCR products. RESULTS: We identified 112 strains, that fell into eight groups in UL55-gB, two groups in UL75-gH, and seven groups in UL73-gN. The 79 samples from the emergency unit contained 30 strains, 28 children harboring 2 strains. The samples (n=133) from the six daycare centers contained respectively 4, 1, 6, 1 and 11 strains. Fifteen percent of strains were UL55-gB recombinants. CONCLUSION: Our new method can simultaneously determine gB, gH and gN genotypes and offers more precise classification of CMV strains than previous RFLP-based methods. This could constitute the basis for a new classification, particularly in UL55-gB. Easy direct identification of multiple strains and recombinants in pathological samples could facilitate large epidemiologic studies.
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inserm-00533091 , version 1 (05-11-2010)

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Jérôme Grosjean, Sébastien Hantz, Sébastien Cotin, Marie-Claire Baclet, Catherine Mengelle, et al.. Direct genotyping of cytomegalovirus envelope glycoproteins from toddler's saliva samples. J Clin Virol, 2009, 46 Suppl 4, pp.S43-8. ⟨10.1016/j.jcv.2009.08.018⟩. ⟨inserm-00533091⟩
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