Prior bovine immunodeficiency virus infection does not inhibit subsequent superinfection by the acutely pathogenic Jembrana disease virus
McNab, T., Desport, M., Dobson, R., Tenaya, I.W., Hartaningsih, N. and Wilcox, G.E. (2010) Prior bovine immunodeficiency virus infection does not inhibit subsequent superinfection by the acutely pathogenic Jembrana disease virus. Virology, 404 (2). pp. 261-268.
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In cattle the interaction between the two genetically and antigenically related bovine lentiviruses, the acutely pathogenic Jembrana disease virus (JDV) and the non-pathogenic Bovine immunodeficiency virus (BIV) has not been reported although both JDV and a BIV-like virus have been reported in the Bali cattle (Bos javanicus) population in Indonesia. The outcome of infection of Bali cattle with the R29 strain of BIV prior to superinfection 42 days later with JDVTAB/87 was determined. All BIV-inoculated cattle were successfully infected and developed an antibody response to the TM and CA proteins. BIV infection did not prevent subsequent infection with JDV or ameliorate the clinical signs of Jembrana disease in the infected cattle. It did, however, modify the dynamics of the JDV infection with an earlier onset and end of the acute disease process, and a reduction in the duration of viremia that exceeded 106 genome copies/ml of plasma.
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