Dengue virus - Induced hemorrhage in a nonhuman primate model

Nattawat Onlamoon, Sansanee Noisakran, Hui Mien Hsiao, Alexander Duncan, Francois Villinger, Aftab A. Ansari, Guey Chuen Perng

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Lack of a dengue hemorrhagic animal model recapitulating human dengue virus infection has been a significant impediment in advancing our understanding of the early events involved in the pathogenesis of dengue disease. In efforts to address this issue, a group of rhesus macaques were intravenously infected with dengue virus serotype 2 (strain 16 681) at 1 × 107 PFU/animal. A classic dengue hemorrhage developed 3 to 5 days after infection in 6 of 6 animals. Blood chemistry appeared to be normal with exception of creatine phosphokinase, which peaked at 7 days after infection. A modest thrombocytopenia and noticeable neutropenia concomitant with slight decrease of hemoglobin and hematocrit were registered. In addition, the concentration of D-dimer was elevated significantly. Viremia peaked at 3 to 5 days after infection followed by an inverse relationship between T and B lymphocytes and a bimodal pattern for platelet-monocytes and platelet-neutrophil aggregates. Dengue virus containing platelets engulfed by monocytes was noted at 8 or 9 days after infection. Thus, rhesus macaques inoculated intravenously with a high dose of dengue virus produced dengue hemorrhage, which may provide a unique platform to define the early events in dengue virus infection and help identify which blood components contribute to the pathogenesis of dengue disease.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)1823-1834
頁數12
期刊Blood
115
發行號9
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2010 三月 4

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Biochemistry
  • Immunology
  • Hematology
  • Cell Biology

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    Onlamoon, N., Noisakran, S., Hsiao, H. M., Duncan, A., Villinger, F., Ansari, A. A., & Perng, G. C. (2010). Dengue virus - Induced hemorrhage in a nonhuman primate model. Blood, 115(9), 1823-1834. https://doi.org/10.1182/blood-2009-09-242990