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Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity

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Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity. / Li, Lian-Feng; Yu, Jiahui; Li, Yongfeng; Wang, Jinghan; Li, Su; Zhang, Lingkai; Xia, Shui-Li; Yang, Qian; Wang, Xiao; Yu, Shaoxiong; Luo, Yuzi; Sun, Yuan; Zhu, Yan; Munir, Muhammad; Qiu, Hua-Ji.

In: Journal of Virology, Vol. 90, No. 9, 05.2016, p. 4412-4426.

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Li, L-F, Yu, J, Li, Y, Wang, J, Li, S, Zhang, L, Xia, S-L, Yang, Q, Wang, X, Yu, S, Luo, Y, Sun, Y, Zhu, Y, Munir, M & Qiu, H-J 2016, 'Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity', Journal of Virology, vol. 90, no. 9, pp. 4412-4426. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.02718-15

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Li, L-F., Yu, J., Li, Y., Wang, J., Li, S., Zhang, L., Xia, S-L., Yang, Q., Wang, X., Yu, S., Luo, Y., Sun, Y., Zhu, Y., Munir, M., & Qiu, H-J. (2016). Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity. Journal of Virology, 90(9), 4412-4426. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.02718-15

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Li, Lian-Feng ; Yu, Jiahui ; Li, Yongfeng ; Wang, Jinghan ; Li, Su ; Zhang, Lingkai ; Xia, Shui-Li ; Yang, Qian ; Wang, Xiao ; Yu, Shaoxiong ; Luo, Yuzi ; Sun, Yuan ; Zhu, Yan ; Munir, Muhammad ; Qiu, Hua-Ji. / Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity. In: Journal of Virology. 2016 ; Vol. 90, No. 9. pp. 4412-4426.

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title = "Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity",
abstract = "UNLABELLED: Many viruses trigger the type I interferon (IFN) pathway upon infection, resulting in the transcription of hundreds of interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), which define the antiviral state of the host. Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), a highly contagious viral disease endangering the pig industry in many countries. However, anti-CSFV ISGs are poorly documented. Here we screened 20 ISGs that are commonly induced by type I IFNs against CSFV in lentivirus-delivered cell lines, resulting in the identification of guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent anti-CSFV ISG. We observed that overexpression of GBP1, an IFN-induced GTPase, remarkably suppressed CSFV replication, whereas knockdown of endogenous GBP1 expression by small interfering RNAs significantly promoted CSFV growth. Furthermore, we demonstrated that GBP1 acted mainly on the early phase of CSFV replication and inhibited the translation efficiency of the internal ribosome entry site of CSFV. In addition, we found that GBP1 was upregulated at the transcriptional level in CSFV-infected PK-15 cells and in various organs of CSFV-infected pigs. Coimmunoprecipitation and glutathione S-transferase (GST) pulldown assays revealed that GBP1 interacted with the NS5A protein of CSFV, and this interaction was mapped in the N-terminal globular GTPase domain of GBP1. Interestingly, the K51 of GBP1, which is crucial for its GTPase activity, was essential for the inhibition of CSFV replication. We showed further that the NS5A-GBP1 interaction inhibited GTPase activity, which was critical for its antiviral effect. Taking our findings together, GBP1 is an anti-CSFV ISG whose action depends on its GTPase activity.IMPORTANCE: Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), an economically important viral disease affecting the pig industry in many countries. To date, only a few host restriction factors against CSFV, including interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), have been characterized. Using a minilibrary of porcine ISGs, we identify porcine guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent antiviral ISG against CSFV. We further show that the anti-CSFV action of GBP1 depends on its GTPase activity. The K51 of GBP1, critical for its GTPase activity, is essential for the antiviral action of GBP1 against CSFV replication, and the binding of the NS5A protein to GBP1 antagonizes the GTPase activity and thus the antiviral effect. This study will facilitate the development of anti-CSFV therapeutic agents by targeting host factors and may provide a new strategy for the control of CSF.",
keywords = "Animals, Cell Line, Classical Swine Fever, Classical swine fever virus, Enzyme Activation, GTP Phosphohydrolases, GTP-Binding Proteins, Gene Expression, Gene Expression Regulation, Gene Knockdown Techniques, Genes, Reporter, Host-Pathogen Interactions, Humans, Interferon-beta, Protein Binding, Protein Interaction Domains and Motifs, RNA, Small Interfering, Signal Transduction, Swine, Viral Matrix Proteins, Viral Nonstructural Proteins, Virus Replication, Journal Article, Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't",
author = "Lian-Feng Li and Jiahui Yu and Yongfeng Li and Jinghan Wang and Su Li and Lingkai Zhang and Shui-Li Xia and Qian Yang and Xiao Wang and Shaoxiong Yu and Yuzi Luo and Yuan Sun and Yan Zhu and Muhammad Munir and Hua-Ji Qiu",
note = "Copyright {\textcopyright} 2016 Li et al.",
year = "2016",
month = may
doi = "10.1128/JVI.02718-15",
language = "English",
volume = "90",
pages = "4412--4426",
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T1 - Guanylate-Binding Protein 1, an Interferon-Induced GTPase, Exerts an Antiviral Activity against Classical Swine Fever Virus Depending on Its GTPase Activity

AU - Li, Lian-Feng

AU - Yu, Jiahui

AU - Li, Yongfeng

AU - Wang, Jinghan

AU - Li, Su

AU - Zhang, Lingkai

AU - Xia, Shui-Li

AU - Yang, Qian

AU - Wang, Xiao

AU - Yu, Shaoxiong

AU - Luo, Yuzi

AU - Sun, Yuan

AU - Zhu, Yan

AU - Munir, Muhammad

AU - Qiu, Hua-Ji

N1 - Copyright © 2016 Li et al.

PY - 2016/5

Y1 - 2016/5

N2 - UNLABELLED: Many viruses trigger the type I interferon (IFN) pathway upon infection, resulting in the transcription of hundreds of interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), which define the antiviral state of the host. Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), a highly contagious viral disease endangering the pig industry in many countries. However, anti-CSFV ISGs are poorly documented. Here we screened 20 ISGs that are commonly induced by type I IFNs against CSFV in lentivirus-delivered cell lines, resulting in the identification of guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent anti-CSFV ISG. We observed that overexpression of GBP1, an IFN-induced GTPase, remarkably suppressed CSFV replication, whereas knockdown of endogenous GBP1 expression by small interfering RNAs significantly promoted CSFV growth. Furthermore, we demonstrated that GBP1 acted mainly on the early phase of CSFV replication and inhibited the translation efficiency of the internal ribosome entry site of CSFV. In addition, we found that GBP1 was upregulated at the transcriptional level in CSFV-infected PK-15 cells and in various organs of CSFV-infected pigs. Coimmunoprecipitation and glutathione S-transferase (GST) pulldown assays revealed that GBP1 interacted with the NS5A protein of CSFV, and this interaction was mapped in the N-terminal globular GTPase domain of GBP1. Interestingly, the K51 of GBP1, which is crucial for its GTPase activity, was essential for the inhibition of CSFV replication. We showed further that the NS5A-GBP1 interaction inhibited GTPase activity, which was critical for its antiviral effect. Taking our findings together, GBP1 is an anti-CSFV ISG whose action depends on its GTPase activity.IMPORTANCE: Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), an economically important viral disease affecting the pig industry in many countries. To date, only a few host restriction factors against CSFV, including interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), have been characterized. Using a minilibrary of porcine ISGs, we identify porcine guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent antiviral ISG against CSFV. We further show that the anti-CSFV action of GBP1 depends on its GTPase activity. The K51 of GBP1, critical for its GTPase activity, is essential for the antiviral action of GBP1 against CSFV replication, and the binding of the NS5A protein to GBP1 antagonizes the GTPase activity and thus the antiviral effect. This study will facilitate the development of anti-CSFV therapeutic agents by targeting host factors and may provide a new strategy for the control of CSF.

AB - UNLABELLED: Many viruses trigger the type I interferon (IFN) pathway upon infection, resulting in the transcription of hundreds of interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), which define the antiviral state of the host. Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), a highly contagious viral disease endangering the pig industry in many countries. However, anti-CSFV ISGs are poorly documented. Here we screened 20 ISGs that are commonly induced by type I IFNs against CSFV in lentivirus-delivered cell lines, resulting in the identification of guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent anti-CSFV ISG. We observed that overexpression of GBP1, an IFN-induced GTPase, remarkably suppressed CSFV replication, whereas knockdown of endogenous GBP1 expression by small interfering RNAs significantly promoted CSFV growth. Furthermore, we demonstrated that GBP1 acted mainly on the early phase of CSFV replication and inhibited the translation efficiency of the internal ribosome entry site of CSFV. In addition, we found that GBP1 was upregulated at the transcriptional level in CSFV-infected PK-15 cells and in various organs of CSFV-infected pigs. Coimmunoprecipitation and glutathione S-transferase (GST) pulldown assays revealed that GBP1 interacted with the NS5A protein of CSFV, and this interaction was mapped in the N-terminal globular GTPase domain of GBP1. Interestingly, the K51 of GBP1, which is crucial for its GTPase activity, was essential for the inhibition of CSFV replication. We showed further that the NS5A-GBP1 interaction inhibited GTPase activity, which was critical for its antiviral effect. Taking our findings together, GBP1 is an anti-CSFV ISG whose action depends on its GTPase activity.IMPORTANCE: Classical swine fever virus (CSFV) is the causative agent of classical swine fever (CSF), an economically important viral disease affecting the pig industry in many countries. To date, only a few host restriction factors against CSFV, including interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs), have been characterized. Using a minilibrary of porcine ISGs, we identify porcine guanylate-binding protein 1 (GBP1) as a potent antiviral ISG against CSFV. We further show that the anti-CSFV action of GBP1 depends on its GTPase activity. The K51 of GBP1, critical for its GTPase activity, is essential for the antiviral action of GBP1 against CSFV replication, and the binding of the NS5A protein to GBP1 antagonizes the GTPase activity and thus the antiviral effect. This study will facilitate the development of anti-CSFV therapeutic agents by targeting host factors and may provide a new strategy for the control of CSF.

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KW - Enzyme Activation

KW - GTP Phosphohydrolases

KW - GTP-Binding Proteins

KW - Gene Expression

KW - Gene Expression Regulation

KW - Gene Knockdown Techniques

KW - Genes, Reporter

KW - Host-Pathogen Interactions

KW - Humans

KW - Interferon-beta

KW - Protein Binding

KW - Protein Interaction Domains and Motifs

KW - RNA, Small Interfering

KW - Signal Transduction

KW - Swine

KW - Viral Matrix Proteins

KW - Viral Nonstructural Proteins

KW - Virus Replication

KW - Journal Article

KW - Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

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DO - 10.1128/JVI.02718-15

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JO - Journal of Virology

JF - Journal of Virology

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