By D. W. Trent, J. T. Roehrig, T. F. Tsai (auth.), Donald H. Gilden M.D., Howard L. Lipton M.D. (eds.)
In the summer season of 1984, either one of us have been operating with Professor Yechiel Becker within the Laboratory for Molecular Virology on the Hebrew University-Hadassah clinical heart in Jerusalem. in the course of a dialogue concerning the expanding variety of really good journals and monographs, Dr. Becker mentioned that none lined either the scientific and molecular features of neurotropic virus infections, and he instructed us to increase any such ebook with assistance from colleagues who have been undertaking highly-regarded learn of their person components on the topic of neurotropic viruses. The responses to our request have been fulfilling, and every contribution supplied either a complete medical description of the neurologic ailment produced by means of a selected virus and an up to date evaluate of the present learn within the pathogenesis of the disorder, with specific realization given to molecular mechanisms. such a lot, yet no longer all chapters have been written via scientific neurologists who utilized uncomplicated technology techniques and methodologies to the query of ways neurotropic viruses produce ailment. different chapters have been written by way of virologists identified for his or her longstanding dedication and services within the research of the pathogenesis of neurotropic virus infections. therefore, this special monograph could be important to all clinicians taking care of sufferers with CNS viral illnesses and to "neurovirologists" wanting an replace of the medical and molecular pathogenesis of neurotropic virus infections. whereas this monograph was once being ready, a speedily increasing literature indicated that the human lenteviruses, human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) and HTLV-1 have been hugely neurotropic.
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