DOI: 10.1101/479873Nov 28, 2018Paper

Isolation and Identification of Enterovirus D111 in a Child with Acute Flaccid Paralysis in Nigeria.

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Temitope O C FaleyeJohnson A Adeniji

Abstract

The WHO recommended cell-culture-based algorithm requires enterovirus (EV) isolates to produce reproducible cytopathic effect (R-CPE) in RD and/or L20b cell lines. Samples with non-reproducible CPE (NR-CPE) are considered negative for EVs. We investigated whether there could be EVs lurking in samples with NR-CPE. Fifty-nine (59) cell culture supernatants (CCS) (collected between 2016 and 2017) recovered from RD and L20b cell culture tubes with NR-CPE, were analyzed in this study. The tubes had been previously inoculated with stool suspension from children (<15 years) in Nigeria with acute flaccid paralysis (AFP). All CCS were screened for Enteric Adenoviruses and group A Rotavirus using a rapid immunochromatographic test kit. Subsequently, they were passaged in HEp-2 cell line. All isolates were subjected to RNA extraction, cDNA synthesis, three (5l-UTR, VP1 and EV Species C [EV-C]) different PCR assays and sequencing of amplicons. EVs were further subjected to Illumina sequencing. All CCS were negative for Adenoviruses and group A Rotaviruses. Four CCS produced R-CPE in HEp-2 cell line, three of which were positive for the 5l-UTR assay. Of the 3 isolates two and none were positive for the VP1 and EV-C assays, respectively. One...Continue Reading

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