The Nidoviruses

Toward Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases

  • Stanley Perlman
  • Kathryn V. Holmes

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 581)

Table of contents

  1. Viral Entry

    1. Emily R. Olivieri, Lindsey K. Heller, Laura Gillim-Ross, David E. Wentworth
      Pages 277-280
    2. Stefan Pöhlmann, Thomas Gramberg, Anja Wegele, Krzysztof Pyrc, Lia van der Hoek, Ben Berkhout et al.
      Pages 281-284
    3. M. K. Smith, Sonia Tusell, Emily A. Travanty, Ben Berkhout, Lia van der Hoek, Kathryn V. Holmes
      Pages 285-288
    4. Sonia M. Tusell, Kathryn V. Holmes
      Pages 289-291
    5. Shuetsu Fukushi, Tetsuya Mizutani, Masayuki Saijo, Shutoku Matsuyama, Fumihiro Taguchi, Ichiro Kurane et al.
      Pages 293-296
    6. Lisa A. Lopez, Ariel Jones, William D. Arndt, Brenda G. Hogue
      Pages 297-300
    7. Willie C. McRoy, Ralph S. Baric
      Pages 301-304
    8. Joseph A. Boscarino, Jeffrey M. Goletz, Thomas M. Gallagher
      Pages 305-308
    9. Victor C. Chu, Lisa J. McElroy, A Damon Ferguson, Beverley E. Bauman, Gary R. Whittaker
      Pages 309-312
    10. Megan W. Howard, Brian Tripet, Michael G. Jobling, Randall K. Holmes, Kathryn V. Holmes, Robert S. Hodges
      Pages 319-322
    11. Tetsuya Mizutani, Shuetsu Fukushi, Masayuki Saijo, Ichiro Kurane, Shigeru Morikawa
      Pages 323-326
    12. Keiko Nakagaki, Kazuhide Nakagaki, Fumihiro Taguchi
      Pages 327-330
    13. Rie Watanabe, Kazumitsu Suzuki, Fumihiro Taguchi
      Pages 331-334
    14. I-Chueh Huang, Berend Jan Bosch, Wenhui Li, Michael Farzan, Peter M. Rottier, Hyeryun Choe
      Pages 335-338
  2. Pathogenesis of Non-Human Coronaviruses

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 340-340
    2. Cornelia C. Bergmann, S. I. Tschen, Chandran Ramakrishna, J. M. Gonzales, Stephan A. Stohlman
      Pages 341-349
    3. Kathryn V. Holmes, Robert J. Mason, Tanya A. Miura, Jieru Wang
      Pages 351-356
    4. Brian K. Dove, Katrina Bicknell, Gavin Brooks, Sally Harrison, Julian A. Hiscox
      Pages 357-362
    5. Paul Britton, Rosa Casais, Teri Hodgson, Marc Davis, Dave Cavanagh
      Pages 363-368
    6. Kevin B. Walsh, Melissa B. Lodoen, Lewis L. Lanier, Thomas E. Lane
      Pages 369-372
    7. Nadine DeAlbuquerque, Ehtesham Baig, Max Xuezhong, Itay Shalev, M. James Phillips, Marlena Habal et al.
      Pages 373-378
    8. Norio Hirano, Hideharu Taira, Shigehiro Sato, Tsutomu Hashikawa, Koujiro Tohyama
      Pages 391-394
    9. Susan C. Baker, Dalia Jukneliene, Anjan Purkayastha, Eric E. Snyder, Oswald R. Crasta, Michael J. Czar et al.
      Pages 395-398
    10. Renaud Burrer, Matthias G. von Herrath, Tom Wolfe, Julia D. Rempel, Antonio Iglesias, Michael J. Buchmeier
      Pages 399-402
    11. Mara Battilani, Ambra Foschi, Alessandra Scagliarini, Sara Ciulli, Santino Prosperi, Luigi Morganti
      Pages 403-406
    12. Sonia Navas-Martín, Maarten Brom, Susan R. Weiss
      Pages 415-420
    13. Hao Liu, Li Zhang, Myron Cybulsky, Reg Gorczynski, Jennifer Crookshank, Justin Manuel et al.
      Pages 421-425
  3. Pathogenesis of Arteriviruses and Toroviruses

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 428-428
    2. N. James MacLachlan, Udeni B. Balasuriya
      Pages 429-433
    3. Susan K. Schommer, Steven B. Kleiboeker
      Pages 435-438
    4. Andrei Musaji, Dominique Markine-Goriaynoff, Stéphanie Franquin, Gaëtan Thirion, Thao Le Thi Phuong, Jean-Paul Coutelier
      Pages 439-443
    5. Jun Han, Kelly M. Burkhart, Eric M. Vaughn, Michael B. Roof, Kay S. Faaberg
      Pages 445-448
    6. Gerald Misinzo, Peter L. Delputte, Peter Meerts, Christa Drexler, Hans J. Nauwynck
      Pages 449-454
  4. Pathogenesis of Human Coronaviruses

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 456-456
    2. Anjeanette Roberts, Kanta Subbarao
      Pages 463-471
    3. Hélène Jacomy, Pierre J. Talbot
      Pages 473-478
    4. Hong Peng Jia, Dwight C. Look, Melissa Hickey, Lei Shi, Lecia Pewe, Jason Netland et al.
      Pages 479-484
    5. Alexander Stang, Krzysztof Pyrc, Maarten F. Jebbink, Gudula Petersen, Johannes Forster, Ben Berkhout et al.
      Pages 485-491
    6. Lecia Pewe, Haixia Zhou, Jason Netland, Chandra Tangadu, Heidi Olivares, Lei Shi et al.
      Pages 493-498
    7. Julien R. St-Jean, Marc Desforges, Pierre J. Talbot
      Pages 499-502
    8. Eric C. Mossel, Bruno Sainz Jr., Robert F. Garry, C. J. Peters
      Pages 503-506
    9. Lindsay K. Heller, Laura Gillim-Ross, Emily R. Olivieri, David E. Wentworth
      Pages 507-510
    10. Marc Desforges, Tina Miletti, Mylène Gagnon, Pierre J. Talbot
      Pages 511-514
    11. Noriyo Nagata, Naoko Iwata, Hideki Hasegawa, Yasuko Asahi-Ozaki, Yuko Sato, Ayako Harashima et al.
      Pages 515-518

About these proceedings


This book summarizes the keynote and plenary speeches and posters of the Xth International Nidovirus Symposium: Toward Control of SARS and Other Nidovirus Diseases” that was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 25–30, 2005. The nine previous meetings of scientists investigating the molecular biology and pathogenesis of coronaviruses, toroviruses, arteriviruses, and okaviruses were generally held every 3 years since the first meeting was convened in Wurzburg, Germany, in October, 1980. The Xth International Symposium was held just 2 years after the IXth International Symposium (Nido2003) in The Netherlands, because of the tremendously increased research on nidoviruses that resulted from the discovery that the global epidemic of severe acute res- ratory syndrome (SARS) in 2002–2003 was caused by a newly discovered coronavirus called SARS-CoV. A record 225 scientists from 14 countries attended the Xth International Nidovirus Symposium, and important advances in every aspect of nidovirus molecular biology and pathogenesis were reported and discussed. The meeting was divided into 12 sessions, with keynote speakers providing a general review of research pertinent to each one. This volume is a collection of scientific papers presented at the symposium. Once a coronavirus was recognized as the etiological agent of SARS, intensive work by many investigators resulted in determination of the sequence of the virus, engineering of reverse genetics systems, and identification of the host cell receptor used by the virus. With the increased interest in coronaviruses, new members of the family associated with human disease were identified.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Stanley Perlman
    • 1
  • Kathryn V. Holmes
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of PediatricsUniversity of IowaIowa CityUSA
  2. 2.Department of MicrobiologyUniversity of Colorado Health Sciences Center at FitzsimonsAuroraUSA

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