Characterization of envelope-transmembrane Gene of Jembrana Disease Virus Tabanan 1995 Isolate

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijbiotech.7819

Asmarani Kusumawati(1*), Rarastoeti Pratiwi(2), Pudji Astuti(3), Penny Humaidah Hamid(4)

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Abstract


The availability of specific and rapid detection methods is essential for monitoring the health status of farmed species, particularly in viral disease as in this case early diagnosis is a critical factor in containing disease outbreaks. Jembrana Disease Virus (JDV) is a lentivirus that causes an acute, severe disease syndrome in infected Bali cattle in Indonesia, resulting in heavy economic losses because of the high mortalities. The virus-host interaction and the modes of transmission are still unknown. The goal of the research was to design
a probe candidate of Jembrana Disease Virus based on envelope-transmembrane (env-tm) gene to optimize Jembrana disease detection method. The DNA fragment derived from env-tm of JDV was used, cloned in pGEX-TM and expressed in E.coli DH 5α. Sequence analysis was conducted with BLAST programs from NCBI. Sequence analyses of the fragments of env-tm clone, indicated that it has a very closed genetic relation with 97,68% homology identity. Probe was designed based on the conserved region of env-tm using Geneious resulted in JT2 252 bp long. BLAST analyses showed that probes had high specifity to other strains of JDV in Indonesia.

Key words : probe, env-tm, JDV, specifity, sensitivity.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/ijbiotech.7819

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