Comparative Sensitivity Study of Primary Cells, Vero, OA3.Ts and ESH-L cell lines to Lumpy Skin Disease, Sheeppox, and Goatpox viruses Detection and Growth

Rhazi, Halima; Safini, Najete; Mikou, Karima; Alhyane, Meryeme; Lenk, Matthias GND; Tadlaoui, Khalid Omari; Elharrak, Mehdi

Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV), sheeppox virus (SPPV) and goatpox (GTPV) virus have been usually grown on primary cells for diagnosis, production and titration purposes. The use of primary cells present several inconvenient, heavy preparation, heterogeneous cell population, non-reproducible viral titration and presence of potential endogenous contaminants. Therefore investigating sensitivity of candidate continuous cell lines is needed. In this study, we compared the above Capripox viruses (CaPVs) sensitivity of primary cells of four origin (heart, skin, testis and kidney), with three cell lines (Vero, OA3.Ts and ESH-L). We tested sensitivity for virus isolation, replication cycle and titration, revealed by cytopathic effect (CPE), immunoenzymatic staining and immunofluorescence. Our results show that ESH-L cells and primary fetal heart cells present the highest sensitivity for CaPVs growth and detection. Vero cells can replicate those viruses but without showing any CPE while the titer obtained on OA3.Ts is lower than primary and ESH-L cells. ESH-L cells are an effective alternative to primary cells use for growing Capripoxviruses and their diagnosis

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Rhazi, H. / Safini, N. / Mikou, K. / et al: Comparative Sensitivity Study of Primary Cells, Vero, OA3.Ts and ESH-L cell lines to Lumpy Skin Disease, Sheeppox, and Goatpox viruses Detection and Growth. 2021.

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