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Abstract

Recent studies suggest that porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) may have immunomodulatory effects on the host immune system by upregulating interleukin (IL)-10 gene expression. To determine the effect of PRRSV on porcine cytokine gene expression , we infected pigs with either the European or North American strain of PRRSV and monitored cytokine gene expression in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) and bronchoalveolar lavage cells (BALC) using a multiplex PCR assay. Our results showed that both European and North American strains of PRRSV significantly upregulated IL-10 gene expression in PBMC of infected pigs from 5 days post-infection (p.i.). In addition, upregulation of IL-10 and interferon (IFN)- gene expression was observed in BALC starting from 9 days p.i. The upregulation of cytokine gene expression in BALC was observed concurrent with an increased percentage of lymphocytes in the BALC population, suggesting a role for peripheral leukocytes in cytokine production in lungs. Our results showed that PRRSV infection resulted in an upregulation of IL-10 gene expression and that both European and North American strains induced comparable levels of IL-10 gene expression in the infected pigs, despite differences in the clinical signs. Our data support the notion that induction of IL-10 production may be one of the strategies used by PRRSV to modulate the host's immune responses, and this may contribute to the unique clinical picture observed following PRRSV infection.

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