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BACKGROUND: Infection with the human polyomaviruses BK (BKV) and JC (JCV) is almost ubiquitous, asymptomatic, and lifelong. However, reactivation during immunosuppression, associated with mutations in the transcriptional control region (TCR) that up-regulates viral replication, can cause life-threatening disease. In this study, we investigated whether the recently discovered WU and KI polyomaviruses (WUPyV and KIPyV) and Merkel cell polyomavirus (MCPyV) could, like BKV and JCV, persist, mutate, and reactivate in immunodeficient subjects. METHODS: Autopsy samples of lymphoid tissue from 42 AIDS-immunosuppressed subjects and 55 control samples were screened by polymerase chain reaction for all 5 polyomaviruses. TCR sequences from KIPyV and WUPyV recovered from both immunosuppressed and nonimmunosuppressed subjects were compared. RESULTS: Combined polyomavirus detection frequencies were much higher for the immunosuppressed group, compared with the nonimmunosuppressed group (35.7% vs. 3.6%), with viral loads in lymphoid tissues ranging from < or = 8.4 x 10(5) to > 1.5 x 10(5) viral genome copies per 10(6) cells. MCPyV was recovered from only 1 HIV-negative study subject. TCR sequences from reactivated WUPyV and KIPyV variants showed a number of point mutations and insertions that were absent in viruses recovered from respiratory tract specimens obtained from nonimmunosuppressed subjects. CONCLUSIONS: KIPyV and WUPyV show reactivation frequencies comparable to those of BKV and JCV during immunosuppression. TCR changes that potentially lead to transcriptional dysregulation may have pathogenic consequences equivalent in severity to those observed for JCV and BKV.

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BACKGROUND: Human enteroviruses (HEV) are a major cause of meningitis and other neurological disease. Identification of HEV serotypes in clinical cases is important for monitoring emergence of more pathogenic variants, epidemiological surveillance and investigating sources of infection. Serotype identification is currently problematic following the widespread adoption of polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based methods for HEV detection in place of virus culture. OBJECTIVES: To develop a reliable, sensitive method to identify species A and B serotypes directly from cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) specimens. STUDY DESIGN: A nested-PCR was used to amplify VP1 region sequences of HEV species A and B, that enabled unambiguous serotype identification by comparison with reference strains. RESULTS: 62 from 64 diagnostic CSF samples collected over a 19-month study period were successfully amplified (97% sensitivity), compared with 9/22 (41%) identified by virus culture of co-referred faecal and throat swab samples. Among these, 60 samples contained species B and 2 samples contained species A serotypes (coxsackievirus A6 and enterovirus 71) were identified. Rapid changes in serotype frequencies and diversity were observed; echovirus (E) type 9 infections predominated in early 2007, to be replaced by E30 later in the year and followed by a diverse range of eight different species B serotypes in 2008. CONCLUSIONS: The availability of a simple and rapid method for identification of serotypes and individual HEV strains or clusters directly from CSF will be of substantial value in surveillance, understanding more about serotype-associated differences in disease and monitoring the global spread of pathogenic variants such as enterovirus 71.

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