High-throughput transcriptomic analysis of Pseudorabies virus

Oláh Péter
High-throughput transcriptomic analysis of Pseudorabies virus.
Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Szeged.
(2017) (Unpublished)

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The whole-genome sequence of PRV strain Ka was determined by cutting-edge long-read sequencing in order to facilitate accurate transcriptome mapping and further epigenetic studies of the virus. Illumina short-read, high-throughput sequencing was used for the first time on lytic-infection PRV samples in order to create a single-base resolution transcriptome map, along with the detailed polyadenylation landscape of the virus by PA-Seq. In accordance with expectations, most of the viral genome was transcribed, with the exception of several small intergenic repetitive sequences, and loci in the large internal and terminal repeats. Among the findings are a novel polyadenylated lncRNA near the OriL origin of replication, and the single-base resolution mapping of 3′ UTRs across the viral genome. A number of genes exhibited alternative polyadenylation sites, while previously described splice sites were confirmed and expanded with a novel alternative splicing event in the key regulator ep0 gene.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral thesis (PhD))
Creators: Oláh Péter
Hungarian title: A Pseudorabies vírus transzkriptomikai elemzése nagy áteresztőképességű módszerekkel
Position, academic title, institution
MTMT author ID
Boldogkői Zsolt
tanszékvezető egyetemi tanár, habil., PhD, DSc, SZTE ÁOK Orvosi Biológiai Intézet
Subjects: 03. Medical and health sciences > 03.01. Basic medicine
Divisions: Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Sciences
Discipline: Medicine > Theoretical Medicine
Language: English
Date: 2017. April 24.
Item ID: 3538
MTMT identifier of the thesis: 3266861
doi: https://doi.org/10.14232/phd.3538
Date Deposited: 2017. Jan. 17. 16:14
Last Modified: 2020. May. 20. 08:46
URI: https://doktori.bibl.u-szeged.hu/id/eprint/3538
Defence/Citable status: Defended.

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