A selective bottleneck shapes the evolutionary mutant spectra of enterovirus A71 during viral dissemination in humans

Sheng Wen Huang, Yi Hui Huang, Huey Pin Tsai, Pin Hwa Kuo, Shih Min Wang, Ching Chuan Liu, Jen Ren Wang

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RNA viruses accumulate mutations to rapidly adapt to environmental changes. Enterovirus A71 (EV-A71) causes various clinical manifestations with occasional severe neurological complications. However, the mechanism by which EV-A71 evolves within the human body is unclear. Utilizing deep sequencing and haplotype analyses of viruses from various tissues of an autopsy patient, we sought to define the evolutionary pathway by which enterovirus A71 evolves fitness for invading the central nervous system in humans. Broad mutant spectra with divergent mutations were observed at the initial infection sites in the respiratory and digestive systems. After viral invasion, we identified a haplotype switch and dominant haplotype, with glycine at VP1 residue 31 (VP1-31G) in viral particles disseminated into the integumentary and central nervous systems. In vitro viral growth and fitness analyses indicated that VP1-31G conferred growth and a fitness advantage in human neuronal cells, whereas VP1-31D conferred enhanced replication in human colorectal cells. A higher proportion of VP1-31G was also found among fatal cases, suggesting that it may facilitate central nervous system infection in humans. Our data provide the first glimpse of EV-A71 quasispecies from oral tissues to the central nervous system within humans, showing broad implications for the surveillance and pathogenesis of this reemerging viral pathogen.

原文English
文章編號e01062-17
期刊Journal of Virology
91
發行號23
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2017 十二月 1

指紋

Enterovirus
mutants
central nervous system
Haplotypes
Central Nervous System
haplotypes
High-Throughput Nucleotide Sequencing
Central Nervous System Infections
Digestive System
Mutation
RNA Viruses
mutation
Growth
Human Body
Virion
Respiratory System
Glycine
Autopsy
virion
respiratory system

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Microbiology
  • Immunology
  • Insect Science
  • Virology

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