Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific for major capsid VP1 protein of trichodysplasia spinulosa associated polyomavirus.

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Summary of "Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific for major capsid VP1 protein of trichodysplasia spinulosa associated polyomavirus."

Trichodysplasia spinulosa associated polyomavirus (TSPyV), a newly identified polyomavirus has been implicated as a causative agent of trychodysplasia spinulosa (TS), a rare proliferative skin disease in severly immunocompromised hosts. The diagnosis using monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) has been provided as a promising tool as it offers high specificity towards specific antigen. Till there is no good mAb available for diagnosis of TS disease. In this study we developed and characterized the mAbs specific for VP1 of TSPyV. We used wheat germ cell-free synthesized VP1 protein of TSPyV for immunizing BALB/c mice to generate hybridomas. Screening of the resultant hybridoma clones we selected five strongly positive clones producing mAbs reactive to the TSPyV-VP1 antigen. Epitope mapping and bioinformatic analysis showed that these mAbs recognized epitopes located within highly conserved C-terminal region of all clinical isolates of TSPyV-VP1. Further all the mAbs were highly effective for immunofluorescense and immunoprecipitation analysis. Among five mAbs, three clones did not exhibit any cross reactivity to VP1 of other related polyomaviruses. In addition, one of our mAbs (#14) provided immunohistochemical staining of skin tissue of TS disease. It can be concluded that among this panel of anti-VP1 antibodies, three mAbs might provide a useful set of tools for the study of TSPyV infection as well as the development of specific diagnosis.


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Name: Microbiology and immunology
ISSN: 1348-0421


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