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    Keywords: CANCER ; CELLS ; EXPRESSION ; GROWTH ; CELL ; SYSTEM ; transcription ; MICE ; TRANSDUCTION ; DNA ; MINUTE VIRUS ; REPLICATION ; ADENOVIRUS ; AUTONOMOUS PARVOVIRUSES ; RECOMBINANT PARVOVIRUS ; ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS VECTORS ; pXX6 ; virus helper ; virus production
    Abstract: Preclinical studies using various cell culture and animal systems highlight the potential of recombinant rodent parvoviruses (recPVs) for cancer therapy. Production of these viruses is, however, not efficient and this hampers the clinical applications of these agents. In this study, we show that the adenovirus genes E2a, E4(orf6) and VA RNA increase the production of recPVs by more than 10-fold and reduce the time of production from 3 to 2 days in HEK293T cells. The helper effects of these genes can be observed with different recPVs, regardless of the nature and size of the inserted transgene. Furthermore, we generated a recombinant Adenovirus 5 carrying the parvovirus VP transcription unit. This helper, named Ad-VP, allows recPVs to be efficiently produced through a protocol based only on cell infection, making possible to use cell lines, such as NB324K, which are good producers of parvoviruses but are hardly transfectable. Hence, we could further improve viral titers and reduce time and costs of production. This Ad-VP helper-based protocol could be scaled up to a bioreactor format for the generation of the large amounts of recPVs needed for future clinical applications.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 21102423
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