Comparative amino acid sequence analysis of VP4 for VP7 serotype 6 bovine rotavirus strains NCDV, B641, and UK.


:In a previous study (S. Zheng, G. N. Woode, D. R. Melendy, and R. F. Ramig, J. Clin. Microbiol. 27:1939-1945, 1989), it was predicted that the VP7 serotype 6 bovine rotavirus strains NCDV and B641 do not share antigenically similar VP4s. In this study, gene 4 and the VP7 gene of B641 were sequenced, and the amino acid sequences were deduced and compared with those of NCDV and bovine rotavirus strain UK. Amino acid sequence homology in VP7 between the three strains was greater than 94%, confirming their relationship as VP7 serotype 6 viruses. VP4 of B641 showed amino acid homology to UK of 94% but only 73% homology to NCDV. Sequence comparison of a variable region of VP8 demonstrated amino acid homology of 53% between B641 and NCDV, whereas B641 and UK were 89% homologous in this region. These results confirm the earlier prediction that although the same serotype by VP7 reactivity, B641 and NCDV represent different VP4 serotypes. This difference in VP4 may have contributed to the lack of homotypic protection observed in calves, implicating VP4 as an important antigen in the active immune response to rotavirus infection in bovines.


J Virol


Journal of virology


Hardy ME,Woode GN,Xu ZC,Gorziglia M




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