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Shrinkage of genome size in a plant RNA virus upon transfer of an essential viral gene into the host genome

AutorTromas, Nicolas; Zwart, Mark P. ; Forment, Javier ; Elena, Santiago F.
Fecha de publicación2014
EditorOxford University Press
CitaciónGenome Biology and Evolution 6(3): 538- 550 (2014)
ResumenNonretroviral integrated RNA viruses (NIRVs) are genes of nonretroviral RNA viruses found in the genomes of many eukaryotic organisms. NIRVs are thought to sometimes confer virus resistance, meaning that they could impact spread of the virus in the host population. However, a NIRV that is expressed may also impact the evolution of virus populations within host organisms. Here, we experimentally addressed the evolution of a virus in a host expressing a NIRV using Tobacco etch virus (TEV), a plant RNA virus, and transgenic tobacco plants expressing its replicase, NIb. We found that a virus missing the NIb gene, TEV-ΔNIb, which is incapable of autonomous replication in wild-type plants, had ahigher fitness than the full-length TEV in the transgenic plants. Moreover, when the full-length TEV was evolved by serial passages in transgenic plants, we observed genomic deletions within NIb - and insome cases the adjacent cistrons - starting from the first passage. When we passaged TEV and TEV-ΔNIb in transgenic plants, we found mutations in proteolytic sites, but these only occurred in TEV-ΔNIb lineages, suggesting the adaptation of polyprotein processing to altered NIb expression. These results raise the possibility that NIRV expression can indeed induce the deletion of the corresponding genes in the viral genome, resulting in the formation of viruses that are replication defective in hosts that do not express the same NIRV. Moreover, virus genome evolution was contingent upon the deletion of the viral replicase, suggesting NIRV expression could also alter patternsof virus evolution. © The Author(s) 2014.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/100725
DOI10.1093/gbe/evu036
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1093/gbe/evu036
issn: 1759-6653
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