Volume 6, Number 5 (October 2000)


Abortive rabies virus central nervous infection is controlled by T lymphocyte local recruitment and induction of apoptosis
Galelli A, Baloul L, Lafon M.
pp. 359-72

Reinvestigation of the role of the rabies virus glycoprotein in viral pathogenesis using a reverse genetics approach
Morimoto K, Foley HD, McGettigan JP, Schnell MJ, Dietzschold B.
pp. 373-81

Interactions between HIV-infected monocyte-derived macrophages and human brain microvascular endothelial cells result in increased expression of CC chemokines
Boven LA, Middel J, Breij EC, Schotte D, Verhoef J, Soderland C, Nottet HS.
pp. 382-9

Cerebrospinal fluid viral load is related to cortical atrophy and not to intracerebral calcifications in children with symptomatic HIV disease
Brouwers P, Civitello L, DeCarli C, Wolters P, Sei S.
pp. 390-7

Analysis of the transcriptional control region in progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy
Vaz B, Cinque P, Pickhardt M, Weber T.
pp. 398-409

A single tube PCR assay for simultaneous amplification of HSV-1/-2, VZV, CMV, HHV-6A/-6B, and EBV DNAs in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with virus-related neurological diseases
Yamamoto T, Nakamura Y.
pp. 410-7

Case Report

Chronic parvovirus B-19 meningoencephalitis with additional detection of Epstein-Barr virus DNA in the cerebrospinal fluid of an immunocompetent patient
Druschky K, Walloch J, Heckmann J, Schmidt B, Stefan H, Neundorfer B.
pp. 418-22


3rd International Symposium on NeuroVirology. 14-16 September 2000.

San Francisco, California, USA. Proceedings and abstracts
[No authors listed]
pp. 423
[no abstracts available]