Viruses, Immunity, and Immunodeficiency

  • Andor Szentivanyi
  • Herman Friedman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Cellular and Humoral Immune Mechanisms in Viral Resistance

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Herman Friedman, Andor Szentivanyi, Steven Specter, Mauro Bendinelli
      Pages 25-39
  3. Specific Viral Infections and Immunity

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 41-41
    2. Werner Henle, Gertrude Henle
      Pages 43-48
    3. Jian-Lin Zhang, Lee Hsu, Steven Specter, Herman Friedman, Meihan Nonoyama, Andor Szentivanyi
      Pages 49-58
    4. Mary Ann South, David A. Fuccillo, John L. Sever
      Pages 59-66
    5. Mary Ann South, William Rodriguez, David Fuccillo, Lata Nerurkar, Akihiro Yachie, John L. Sever
      Pages 67-72
    6. Steven Specter
      Pages 73-79
    7. A. Toniolo, D. Matteucci, F. Basolo, M. Bendinelli
      Pages 101-105
  4. Tumor Virus Infections and Immune Responses

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 107-107
    2. Diana M. Lopez, Robert J. Pauley, Ronald D. Paul
      Pages 109-122
    3. Katsushiko Machida, Maxine Watson, Hideki Teshima, Kokichi Kikuchi, Lien Shou, Ambrose Wasunna et al.
      Pages 123-128
    4. Mauro Bendinelli, Donatella Matteucci, Antonio Toniolo
      Pages 129-140
    5. M. Essex, L. Kitchen
      Pages 141-149
    6. Ronald B. Herberman
      Pages 159-167
  5. Mechanisms of Virus Associated Immunoderegulation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 169-169
    2. Norman Talal, Michael Fischbach, Richard Pope
      Pages 171-182
    3. Robert S. Fujinami, Michael B. A. Oldstone
      Pages 183-187
    4. Judith Szentivanyi, Andor Szentivanyi, Joseph F. Williams, Herman Friedman
      Pages 211-244
    5. W. F. Wade, C. Dees, T. L. German, R. F. Marsh
      Pages 245-249
    6. Alan A. Waldman, William R. Oleszko, Edith Zang, Celso Bianco, Johanna Pindyck
      Pages 251-255
  6. Immune Restoration in Virus Infections

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 265-265
    2. A. Arthur Gottlieb, Jeffrey F. Farmer, Toru Nishihara
      Pages 287-299
    3. William E. Stewart II
      Pages 301-306
    4. Cheryl L. Gould, Karyle G. McMannama, Nancy J. Bigley, David J. Giron
      Pages 307-311
    5. Nathan Trainin, Ygal Burstein, Virginia Buchner, Marit Pecht, Laura Netzer, Zvi Bentwich et al.
      Pages 313-319
    6. Ann L. Moore, William B. Ershler, Mark A. Socinski, Carolyn J. Greene
      Pages 321-325
    7. Wing T. Liu, Robert W. Engelman, Liem Q. Trang, Osmond J. M. D’Cruz, Robert A. Good, Noorbibi K. Day
      Pages 327-332
    8. J. I. Colon, J. N. Moreno, M. L. Santaella, K. M. Lang, A. M. Marchand, M. R. Ortiz et al.
      Pages 337-340
    9. Robert A. Good
      Pages 341-348
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 349-365

About this book


This publication, "Viruses, Immunity and Immunodeficiency," is based on the first symposium in a series of International Biomedical Symposia sponsored by the College of Medicine of the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. There is an explosive interest concerning the effects of viruses on the immune response, especially the immunosuppressive effects of viral infection. This has come about because of the recognition that the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, which has taken biomedical scientists and the public in general by surprise, is just one of the many examples that viruses can influence the immune response system and, under appropriate circumstances, alter immunity in such a way that an infected individual becomes hi~lly susceptible to a variety of other organisms to which normal individuals would be resistant. This symposium series, sponsored by the University of South Florida College of Medicine, brings to the biomedical con®unity topics of current interest. We thank the members of the faculty of various departments of the College of Medicine and the administration of the College for their support and encouragement in having these symposiaat this medical school. This volume, based or. this symposium onviruses and immunity is a good exam­ ple of the interdisciplinary nature of modern irrJ!1I1nobiology and modern biomedical science in general. Many investigators with many different back­ grounds and training experiences, including microbiologists, immunologists, biochemists, oncologists, and physicians, are interested in how and why viruses influence the immune response system.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Andor Szentivanyi
    • 1
  • Herman Friedman
    • 1
  1. 1.University of South Florida College of MedicineTampaUSA

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