Exploration of panviral proteome

High-throughput cloning and functional implications in virus-host interactions

Xiaobo Yu, Xiaofang Bian, Andrea Throop, Lusheng Song, Lerys Del Moral, Jin Park, Catherine Seiler, Michael Fiacco, Jason Steel, Preston Hunter, Justin Saul, Jie Wang, Ji Qiu, James M. Pipas, Joshua LaBaer

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Abstract

Throughout the long history of virus-host co-evolution, viruses have developed delicate strategies to facilitate their invasion and replication of their genome, while silencing the host immune responses through various mechanisms. The systematic characterization of viral protein-host interactions would yield invaluable information in the understanding of viral invasion/evasion, diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of a viral infection, and mechanisms of host biology. With more than 2,000 viral genomes sequenced, only a small percent of them are well investigated. The access of these viral open reading frames (ORFs) in a flexible cloning format would greatly facilitate both in vitro and in vivo virus-host interaction studies. However, the overall progress of viral ORF cloning has been slow. To facilitate viral studies, we are releasing the initiation of our panviral proteome collection of 2,035 ORF clones from 830 viral genes in the Gateway® recombinational cloning system. Here, we demonstrate several uses of our viral collection including highly efficient production of viral proteins using human cell-free expression system in vitro, global identification of host targets for rubella virus using Nucleic Acid Programmable Protein Arrays (NAPPA) containing 10,000 unique human proteins, and detection of host serological responses using micro-fluidic multiplexed immunoassays. The studies presented here begin to elucidate host-viral protein interactions with our systemic utilization of viral ORFs, high-throughput cloning, and proteomic technologies. These valuable plasmid resources will be available to the research community to enable continued viral functional studies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)808-822
Number of pages15
JournalTheranostics
Volume4
Issue number8
DOIs
StatePublished - 2014

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Proteome
Open Reading Frames
Organism Cloning
Viral Proteins
Viruses
Rubella virus
Protein Array Analysis
Viral Genes
Cell-Free System
Viral Genome
Virus Diseases
Immunoassay
Proteomics
Nucleic Acids
Plasmids
Clone Cells
History
Genome
Technology
Therapeutics

Keywords

  • Gateway® cloning
  • Gene synthesis
  • Nucleic acid programmable protein arrays (NAPPA)
  • ORFeome
  • Panviral proteome
  • Virus-host interactions

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine (miscellaneous)
  • Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics (miscellaneous)
  • Medicine(all)

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Exploration of panviral proteome : High-throughput cloning and functional implications in virus-host interactions. / Yu, Xiaobo; Bian, Xiaofang; Throop, Andrea; Song, Lusheng; Del Moral, Lerys; Park, Jin; Seiler, Catherine; Fiacco, Michael; Steel, Jason; Hunter, Preston; Saul, Justin; Wang, Jie; Qiu, Ji; Pipas, James M.; LaBaer, Joshua.

In: Theranostics, Vol. 4, No. 8, 2014, p. 808-822.

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Yu, X, Bian, X, Throop, A, Song, L, Del Moral, L, Park, J, Seiler, C, Fiacco, M, Steel, J, Hunter, P, Saul, J, Wang, J, Qiu, J, Pipas, JM & LaBaer, J 2014, 'Exploration of panviral proteome: High-throughput cloning and functional implications in virus-host interactions', Theranostics, vol. 4, no. 8, pp. 808-822. https://doi.org/10.7150/thno.8255
Yu, Xiaobo ; Bian, Xiaofang ; Throop, Andrea ; Song, Lusheng ; Del Moral, Lerys ; Park, Jin ; Seiler, Catherine ; Fiacco, Michael ; Steel, Jason ; Hunter, Preston ; Saul, Justin ; Wang, Jie ; Qiu, Ji ; Pipas, James M. ; LaBaer, Joshua. / Exploration of panviral proteome : High-throughput cloning and functional implications in virus-host interactions. In: Theranostics. 2014 ; Vol. 4, No. 8. pp. 808-822.
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