Lineage diversification of pigeon paramyxovirus effect re-emergence potential in chickens.

Yee Ling Chong, Oekyung Kim, Mary Poss

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Abstract

Genotype VI-paramyxovirus (GVI-PMV1) is a major cause of epidemic Newcastle-like disease in Columbiformes. This genotype of avian paramyxovirus type 1 has diversified rapidly since its introduction into the US in 1982 resulting in two extant lineages, which have different population growth properties. Although some GVI-PMV1s replicate poorly in chickens, it is possible that variants with different replicative or pathogenic potential in chickens exist among the genetically-diverse GVI-PMV1s strains. To determine if variants of Columbiform GVI-PMV1 with different phylogenetic affiliations have distinct phenotypic properties in chickens, we investigated the replicative properties of 10 naturally circulating pigeon-derived isolates representing four subgroups of GVI-PMV1 in primary chicken lung epithelial cells and in chicken embryos. Our data demonstrate that GVI-PMV1 variants have different infection phenotypes in their chicken source host and that properties reflect subgroup affiliation. These subgroup replicative properties are consistent with observed dynamics of viral population growth.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)309-317
Number of pages9
JournalVirology
Volume462-463
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014

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Columbidae
Chickens
Population Growth
Columbiformes
Genotype
Newcastle Disease
Newcastle disease virus
Embryonic Structures
Epithelial Cells
Phenotype
Lung
Infection

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Chong, Yee Ling ; Kim, Oekyung ; Poss, Mary. / Lineage diversification of pigeon paramyxovirus effect re-emergence potential in chickens. In: Virology. 2014 ; Vol. 462-463. pp. 309-317.
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