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Volume 17, Number 10—October 2011

Dispatch

Novel Arenavirus, Zambia

Akihiro IshiiComments to Author , Yuka Thomas, Ladslav Moonga, Ichiro Nakamura, Aiko Ohnuma, Bernard Hang’ombe, Ayato Takada, Aaron Mweene, and Hirofumi Sawa
Author affiliations: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan (A. Ishii, Y. Thomas, I. Nakamura, A. Ohnuma, A. Takada, H. Sawa); University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia (A. Ishii, Y. Thomas, L. Moonga, I. Nakamura, B. Hang’ombe, A. Takada, A. Mweene, H. Sawa)

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Detection of increasing viral RNA by 1-step reverse transcription PCR in a novel arenavirus, Zambia, 2009. Viral RNA was extracted from 100 μL of culture supernatant on the indicated days (top) and eluted in 20 μL of distilled water. The RNA sample was subjected to 1-step reverse transcription PCR with the specific primers 5′-TGAGAGACATTGCTTCACAATTGACATCC-3′ and 5′-TGACCCATTCTTGATGTATTGTGACTCC-3′, which were designed to amplify a 1,000-bp fragment within the determined large gene segment of Luna

Figure 2. Detection of increasing viral RNA by 1-step reverse transcription PCR in a novel arenavirus, Zambia, 2009. Viral RNA was extracted from 100 μL of culture supernatant on the indicated days (top) and eluted in 20 μL of distilled water. The RNA sample was subjected to 1-step reverse transcription PCR with the specific primers 5′-TGAGAGACATTGCTTCACAATTGACATCC-3′ and 5′-TGACCCATTCTTGATGTATTGTGACTCC-3′, which were designed to amplify a 1,000-bp fragment within the determined large gene segment of Luna virus. DNA size markers are shown in the far left lane; sizes in kb are indicated at left.

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