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    Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the <t>JEV</t> genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using <t>a</t> <t>monoclonal</t> antibody against Renilla luciferase.
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    Article Title: Successful Propagation of Flavivirus Infectious cDNAs by a Novel Method To Reduce the Cryptic Bacterial Promoter Activity of Virus Genomes

    Journal: Journal of Virology

    doi: 10.1128/JVI.01986-10

    Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the JEV genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using a monoclonal antibody against Renilla luciferase.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the JEV genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using a monoclonal antibody against Renilla luciferase.

    Techniques Used: Functional Assay, Plasmid Preparation, Construct, Luciferase, Transformation Assay, Activity Assay, Mutagenesis, Expressing, SDS Page

    Plaque morphologies and growth curves of JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses are similar to those of parental JEV stocks. (A) Immunofluorescence analysis of cells transfected with JEV-A90C RNA transcripts. BHK21 cells were transfected in vitro with transcripts derived from JEV-A90C or mock transfected as a control. Monoclonal antibody against the JEV envelope antigen was used to detect the infected cells by indirect immunofluorescence at 1, 2, 3, and 4 days after transfection with in vitro-derived transcripts. (B) Plaque morphology of virus derived from JEV-A90C transcripts and parental JEV. BHK21 cells were infected with the parental JEV RP9 strain viruses or JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses, overlaid with methylcellulose, and stained at 3 days postinfection with crystal violet. (C) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in BHK21 cells. BHK21 cells were infected with parental JEV stock or with JEV transcript-derived viruses at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected BHK21 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. (D) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in mosquito cells (C6/36 cells). C6/36 cells were infected with parental JEV virus stock or with JEV-A90C transcript-derived JEV at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected C6/36 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. The error bars represent the SEMs from three independent experiments.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Plaque morphologies and growth curves of JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses are similar to those of parental JEV stocks. (A) Immunofluorescence analysis of cells transfected with JEV-A90C RNA transcripts. BHK21 cells were transfected in vitro with transcripts derived from JEV-A90C or mock transfected as a control. Monoclonal antibody against the JEV envelope antigen was used to detect the infected cells by indirect immunofluorescence at 1, 2, 3, and 4 days after transfection with in vitro-derived transcripts. (B) Plaque morphology of virus derived from JEV-A90C transcripts and parental JEV. BHK21 cells were infected with the parental JEV RP9 strain viruses or JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses, overlaid with methylcellulose, and stained at 3 days postinfection with crystal violet. (C) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in BHK21 cells. BHK21 cells were infected with parental JEV stock or with JEV transcript-derived viruses at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected BHK21 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. (D) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in mosquito cells (C6/36 cells). C6/36 cells were infected with parental JEV virus stock or with JEV-A90C transcript-derived JEV at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected C6/36 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. The error bars represent the SEMs from three independent experiments.

    Techniques Used: Derivative Assay, Immunofluorescence, Transfection, In Vitro, Infection, Staining

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    Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the <t>JEV</t> genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using <t>a</t> <t>monoclonal</t> antibody against Renilla luciferase.
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    Article Title: Successful Propagation of Flavivirus Infectious cDNAs by a Novel Method To Reduce the Cryptic Bacterial Promoter Activity of Virus Genomes

    Journal: Journal of Virology

    doi: 10.1128/JVI.01986-10

    Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the JEV genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using a monoclonal antibody against Renilla luciferase.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Identification of functional E. coli promoters within the JEV genome in E. coli. (A) Nucleotides (nt) 1 to 3000 of JEV posses different prokaryotic promoter activities. An empty vector plasmid, pRS313, was used to harbor JEV-Luc fusion constructs or a construct with Luc alone (RS-Luc). Three fragments corresponding to nt 1 to 150, 600 to 899, and 1200 to 1499 of the JEV genome were fused in frame with the Renilla luciferase gene and transformed into E. coli. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with various JEV-Luc constructs or the control plasmid, RS-Luc, were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). (B) Effects of silent mutations on the luciferase activity of the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Three types of silent mutations, A90C, M1, and DM, were introduced into ECP9, ECP10, and ECP9+10 within the JEV-Luc(1-150) construct. Cell lysates from E. coli transformed with wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150), various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs, and the control plasmid, RS-Luc were tested for luciferase activity. Bars represent wild-type fragments that harbor no mutations. The RS-Luc plasmid served as an empty vector control construct. The error bars represent the SEMs from five independent experiments (n = 5). **, P ≤ 0.01; ***, P ≤ 0.001. (C) Fusion protein expression of wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutants in E. coli cells. Lysates from E. coli cells transformed with the wild-type JEV-Luc(1-150) and various JEV-Luc(1-150) mutant constructs were separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to a PVDF membrane, and detected using a monoclonal antibody against Renilla luciferase.

    Techniques Used: Functional Assay, Plasmid Preparation, Construct, Luciferase, Transformation Assay, Activity Assay, Mutagenesis, Expressing, SDS Page

    Plaque morphologies and growth curves of JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses are similar to those of parental JEV stocks. (A) Immunofluorescence analysis of cells transfected with JEV-A90C RNA transcripts. BHK21 cells were transfected in vitro with transcripts derived from JEV-A90C or mock transfected as a control. Monoclonal antibody against the JEV envelope antigen was used to detect the infected cells by indirect immunofluorescence at 1, 2, 3, and 4 days after transfection with in vitro-derived transcripts. (B) Plaque morphology of virus derived from JEV-A90C transcripts and parental JEV. BHK21 cells were infected with the parental JEV RP9 strain viruses or JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses, overlaid with methylcellulose, and stained at 3 days postinfection with crystal violet. (C) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in BHK21 cells. BHK21 cells were infected with parental JEV stock or with JEV transcript-derived viruses at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected BHK21 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. (D) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in mosquito cells (C6/36 cells). C6/36 cells were infected with parental JEV virus stock or with JEV-A90C transcript-derived JEV at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected C6/36 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. The error bars represent the SEMs from three independent experiments.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Plaque morphologies and growth curves of JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses are similar to those of parental JEV stocks. (A) Immunofluorescence analysis of cells transfected with JEV-A90C RNA transcripts. BHK21 cells were transfected in vitro with transcripts derived from JEV-A90C or mock transfected as a control. Monoclonal antibody against the JEV envelope antigen was used to detect the infected cells by indirect immunofluorescence at 1, 2, 3, and 4 days after transfection with in vitro-derived transcripts. (B) Plaque morphology of virus derived from JEV-A90C transcripts and parental JEV. BHK21 cells were infected with the parental JEV RP9 strain viruses or JEV-A90C transcript-derived viruses, overlaid with methylcellulose, and stained at 3 days postinfection with crystal violet. (C) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in BHK21 cells. BHK21 cells were infected with parental JEV stock or with JEV transcript-derived viruses at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected BHK21 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. (D) Growth kinetics of virions derived from JEV-A90C RNA transcripts and parental JEV in mosquito cells (C6/36 cells). C6/36 cells were infected with parental JEV virus stock or with JEV-A90C transcript-derived JEV at MOIs of 0.01 and 0.1 PFU/cell. Virus samples from the medium of infected C6/36 cells were harvested daily, and the viral titer of each sample was determined in BHK21 cells. The error bars represent the SEMs from three independent experiments.

    Techniques Used: Derivative Assay, Immunofluorescence, Transfection, In Vitro, Infection, Staining

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