Journal For Neurovirology


Volume 3, Issue 5 (October 1997)


First International Symposium of NeuroVirology Speaker's Dinner
The Philadelphia College of Physicians, May 6th, 1997, Philadelphia, PA, USA


The latency associated transcripts (LAT) of herpes simplex virus: still no end in sight
Block TM, Hill JM.
pp. 313-321


Efficient gene transfer into primary and immortalized human fetal glial cells using adeno-associated virus vectors: of a glial cell line with a functional CD4 receptor
Keir SD, Miller J, Yu G, Hamilton R, Samulski RJ, Xiao X, Tornatore C.
pp. 322-330

HIV-1 LTR DNA sequence variation in brain-derived isolates
Corboy JR, Garl PJ.
pp. 331-341

Regulation of glutathione and cell toxicity following exposure to neurotropic substances and human immunodeficiency virus-1 in vitro
Koutsilieri E, Gotz ME, Sopper S, Sauer U, Demuth M, ter Meulen V, Riederer P.
pp. 342-349

Semliki Forest virus infection leads to increased expression of adhesion molecules on splenic T-cells and on brain vascular endothelium.
Soilu-Hanninen M, Roytta M, Salmi AA, Salonen R.
pp. 350-360

Neuropathology in cats experimentally infected with feline immunodeficiency virus: a morphological, immunocytochemical and morphometric study
Poli A, Abramo F, Di Iorio C, Cantile C, Carli MA, Pollera C, Vago L, Tosoni A, Costanzi G.
pp. 361-368

Reduction of voltage-dependent calcium currents in mumps virus-infected cultures of rat hippocampal neurons
Owe-Larsson B, Andersson T, Kristensson K, Hill RH.
pp. 369-379

Short Communication

Involvement of CD4+ cells in the protection of C58 mouse against polioencephalomyelitis induced by lactatedehydrogenase-elevating virus
Monteyne P, Meite M, Coutelier JP.
pp. 380-384