Volume 3, Number 2 (May 1997)

Meeting Report

Prospects for theorapy of HIV-associated neurologic diseases
Sacktor N, McArthur J.
pp. 89-101

HIV in the brain: pathology and neurobehavioral consequences
Bloom FE, Rausch DM.
pp. 102-109


The roles of herpes simplex virus in neuroscience
Turner SL, Jenkins FJ.
pp. 110-125

HTLV-I associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis (HAM/TSP): a chronic progressive neurologic disease associated with immunologically mediated damage to the central nervous system
Levin MC, Jacobson S.
pp. 126-140


A rat model of Parkinson's disease induced by Japanese encephalitis virus.
Ogata A, Tashiro K, Nukuzuma S, Nagashima K, Hall WW
pp. 141-147

Increased cerebrospinal fluid ganglioside GM1 concentrations indicating neuronal involvement in all stages of HIV-1 infection
Gisslen M, Hagberg L, Norkrans G, Lekman A, Fredman P.
pp. 148-152

Absence of the inducible form of nitric oxide synthase in the brains of patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Bagasra O, Bobroski L, Sarker A, Bagasra A, Saikumari P, Pomerantz RJ.
pp. 153-167

Short Communication

Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Tat protein induces death by apoptosis in primary human neuron cultures
New DR, Ma M, Epstein LG, Nath A, Gelbard HA.
pp. 168-173

Case Report

Failure to detect Borna disease virus infection in peripheral blood leukocytes from humans with psychiatric disorders
Richt JA, Alexander RC, Herzog S, Hooper DC, Kean R, Spitsin S, Bechter K, Schuttler R, Feldmann H, Heiske A, Fu ZF, Dietzschold B, Rott R, Koprowski H.
pp. 174-178