Volume 6, Number 4 (August 2000)


Comparative molecular analysis of HTLV-I proviral DNA in HTLV-I infected members of a family with a discordant HTLV-I-associated myelopathy in monozygotic twins
Nakane S, Shirabe S, Moriuchi R, Mizokami A, Furuya T, Nishiura Y, Okazaki S, Yoshizuka N, Suzuki Y, Nakamura T, Katamine S, Gojobori T, Eguchi K.
pp. 275-83

Neurovirulence of glycoprotein C(gC)-deleted bovine herpesvirus type-5 (BHV-5) and BHV-5 expressing BHV-1 gC in a rabbit seizure model
Chowdhury SI, Lee BJ, Onderci M, Weiss ML, Mosier D.
pp. 284-95

Herpesvirus quiescence in neuronal cells: antiviral conditions not required to establish and maintain HSV-2 quiescence
Danaher RJ, Jacob RJ, Miller CS.
pp. 296-302

Asymptomatic herpes simplex type 1 virus infection of the mouse brain
Boggian I, Buzzacaro E, Calistri A, Calvi P, Cavaggioni A, Mucignat-Caretta C, Palu G.
pp. 303-13

A hamster model of equine herpesvirus 9 induced encephalitis
Fukushi H, Taniguchi A, Yasuda K, Yanai T, Masegi T, Yamaguchi T, Hirai K.
pp. 314-9

Phenotypic characterisation and infection of ovine microglial cells with Maedi-Visna virus
Ebrahimi B, Allsopp TE, Fazakerley JK, Harkiss GD.
pp. 320-8

Changes in the N- and C-terminal sequences of the murine R7 Gag-tMos protein affect brain lesion induction
Yuen PH, Devroe E, Lim KY, Wong PK.
pp. 329-40

The HSV 1 genome in quiescently infected NGF differentiated PC12 cells can not be stimulated by HSV superinfection
Su YH, Moxley M, Kejariwal R, Mehta A, Fraser NW, Block TM.
pp. 341-9

Short Communication

Long-term effects of HTLV-1 on brain astrocytes: sustained expression of Tax-1 associated with synthesis of inflammatory mediators
Szymocha R, Brisson C, Bernard A, Akaoka H, Belin MF, Giraudon P.
pp. 350-7