Some epitopes conservation in non structural 3 protein dengue virus serotype 4

Tegar A. P. Siregar, T. Mirawati Sudiro, Whinie Lestari, Beti Ernawati Dewi

Abstract


Abstrak

Latar belakang: Protein Non Struktural 3 (NS3) virus dengue menginduksi respon antibodi netralisasidan respon sel T CD4+ dan CD8+, serta berperan dalam replikasi virus. Protein NS3 memiliki epitopepitopsel T dan B yang terdapat perbedaan kelestarian pada berbagai strain virus dengue serotipe 4(DENV-4). Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui kelestarian epitop sel T dan B pada protein NS3DENV-4 strain-strain dunia dan keempat serotipe virus dengue strain Indonesia.

Metode: Penelitian ini dilakukan di Departemen Mikrobiologi Fakultas Kedokteran UI sejak Juni 2013 - April2014. Sekuens asam amino NS3 DENV-4 strain 081 didapatkan setelah produk PCR gen NS3 DENV-4 081disekuensing. Epitop-epitop sel T dan sel B protein NS3 DENV-4 081 dianalisis dan dibandingkan dengansekuens asam amino protein NS3 dari 124 strain DENV-4 di dunia dan keempat serotipe DENV strain Indonesia.Strain-strain dunia merupakan strain yang ada di benua Amerika (Venezuela, Colombia, dll) dan Asia (Cina,Singapura, dll). Referensi posisi epitop sel T dan B protein NS3 diperoleh dari laporan penelitian terdahulu.

Hasil: Delapan epitop sel T dan 2 epitop sel B dari protein NS3 DENV-4 081 ternyata identik dan lestaripada protein NS3 dari 124 strain DENV-4 dunia. Epitop sel B di posisi asam amino 537-544 pada proteinNS3 DENV-4 081 ternyata identik dan lestari dengan epitop sel B protein NS3 dari keempat serotipeDENV strain Indonesia.

Kesimpulan: Kelestarian yang luas dari epitop sel T dan B pada hampir seluruh strain DENV-4 dunia danserotipe-serotipe DENV strain Indonesia. (Health Science Journal of Indonesia 2015;6:126-31)Kata kunci: virus dengue, protein NS3, epitop sel T, epitop sel B

 

Abstract

Background: Non Structural 3 (NS3) protein of dengue virus (DENV) is known to induce antibody, CD4+and CD8+ T cell responses, and playing role in viral replication. NS3 protein has T and B cell epitopes,which has conservation difference between DENV-4 strains. This study aimed to identify conservation ofT and B cell epitope in NS3 protein among DENV-4 strains and four serotypes DENV of Indonesia strains.

Methods: Research was held at the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine, UniversitasIndonesia, June 2013 to April 2014. NS3 amino acid sequence of DENV-4 081 strain was obtained afterNS3 gene of DENV-4 081 PCR products were sequenced. T and B cell epitopes of NS3 protein of DENV-4081 strain were analysed and compared to NS3 proteins of 124 DENV-4 strains around the world and fourserotypes of Indonesia strains. World strains were isolated from America (i.e. Venezuela, Colombia, etc.)and Asia (i.e. China, Singapore, etc.). For the comparison, T and B cell epitope positions of NS3 proteinwere obtained from published report.

Results: Eight positions of T cell epitopes and two positions of B cell epitopes of NS3 DENV-4 081 wereidentical and conserved to NS3 protein of 124 DENV-4 strains around the world. B cell epitope of NS3 DENV-4 081 protein at aa 537-544 was found identical and conserved to four serotypes DENV of Indonesia strains.

Conclusion: This wide conservation of T and B epitopes in almost all DENV-4 strains around the worldand all serotypes of Indonesia strains. (Health Science Journal of Indonesia 2015;6:126-31)

Keywords: dengue virus, NS3 protein, T cell epitope, B cell epitope


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