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Abstract

Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) causes an important disease in young chickens. Chicken heat-shock protein 90 (cHsp90) has been shown to be a functional component of the cellular receptor complex for IBDV infection. This study demonstrates the inhibitory effect of vector-expressed anti-α microRNA (miRNA) on IBDV infection. The reporter vectors pcHsp90α-EGFP and pcHsp90β-EGFP were constructed to facilitate effective miRNA selection. Two anti-α and one anti-β miRNA-expression vectors were constructed for a stable transfection study. Poly(A)-tailed RT-PCR detected sequence-specific miRNA transcription in transfected cells. Semiquantitative RT-PCR showed inhibition of transcription in transfected cells. A virus-titration assay showed that the anti-α miRNA, but not the anti-β miRNA, had inhibitory effects on IBDV infection. These results suggest that cHsp90α is a functional component of the cellular receptor complex for IBDV infection, and that anti-α miRNA could be used as an anti-IBDV reagent.

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