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P53 regulates viral gene expression during infection with human cytomegalovirus


ABSTRACT: Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a common cause of morbidity and mortality in immunocompromised and immunosuppressed individuals. During infection, HCMV is known to employ host transcription factors to facilitate viral gene expression. To further understand the previously observed delayed viral replication and protein expression in p53 knockout cells, we conducted microarray analyses on p53+/+ and p53-/- immortalized fibroblast cell lines. At 12 hpi, applying the significance criteria defined above, no genes showed a significant difference in any of the comparisons. At 24 hpi, we found 19 genes to be significantly different in the THF versus p53-/- comparison and 14 genes to be significantly different in the HFF versus p53-/- comparison. Eleven genes were shared between HFF and THF cells when compared to p53-/- cells (UL30, UL54, UL63, UL65, UL69, UL75, UL110, UL122, IRL4, IRS1, TRS1, shown in bold in Table 1). Eight genes were unique in the THF versus p53-/- comparison (UL48, UL68, UL84, UL100, UL106, UL109, UL111, RL5A), and three genes in the HFF versus p53-/- cell comparison (UL14, UL16, US2). When comparing HFF and THF cells, only US2 showed a significant difference. The ratio (HFF versus p53-/- divided by THF versus p53-/-) of the expression levels of the eleven shared genes from the HFF versus p53-/- and THF versus p53-/- comparisons was an averaged 1.2, indicating that, with the exception of US2, these two cell lines behaved similarly with respect to p53-driven viral gene expression. Keywords: time course, virus, cytomegalo, hhv5, infection, p53 Each slide consisted of 4 arrays. Each array consisted of 305 control features, 1265 cellular gene features and 670 viral gene features. The study was performed on 6 slides (HFF-THF, HFF-p53-/-, THF-p53-/- at 12 and 24 hpi). 3 arrays per slide were hybridized with 3 biological replicates of labelled RNA, the 4th array was hybridized with an equimolar mixture of the 3 biological replicate samples. This array was used for control purposes only, and the results were not used for downstream calculations. Each slide was stripped and reprobed two times to provide 3 technical replicates of each sample. As our experiments concentrated on viral genes and their expression, cellular genes were not further analyzed in this study.

SUBMITTER: Kyle Rosenke   Elizabeth A Fortunato  Holger Hannemann  John O'Dowd 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-13437 | ArrayExpress | 2010-05-15

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE13437PRJNA110027

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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The presence of p53 influences the expression of multiple human cytomegalovirus genes at early times postinfection.

Hannemann Holger H   Rosenke Kyle K   O'Dowd John M JM   Fortunato Elizabeth A EA  

Journal of virology 20090218 9


Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a common cause of morbidity and mortality in immunocompromised and immunosuppressed individuals. During infection, HCMV is known to employ host transcription factors to facilitate viral gene expression. To further understand the previously observed delay in viral replication and protein expression in p53 knockout cells, we conducted microarray analyses of p53(+/+) and p53(-/-) immortalized fibroblast cell lines. At a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 1 at 24 h po  ...[more]

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