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Simian & human retroviruses in nonhuman primates

Cathy A. Johnson-Delaney

Simian & human retroviruses in nonhuman primates

infection, disease & animal model studies : a bibliography, 1989-1990 annual update

by Cathy A. Johnson-Delaney

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Published by Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington, c1990. in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Primate Diseases -- Bibliography,
  • Retroviridae Infections -- Bibliography,
  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- Bibliography,
  • Simian Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- bibliography,
  • Retroviruses, Simian -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCathy A. Johnson-Delaney.
    GenreBibliography., bibliography.
    SeriesPrimate Information Center topical bibliographies -- 90-012
    ContributionsUniversity of Washington. Primate Information Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. ;
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14754163M
    OCLC/WorldCa25355610

    There is also a related human virus called HIV-2, which is less pathogenic in humans than HIV HIV-2 is similar to viruses isolated from monkeys; it infects certain nonhuman primates that are not infected by HIV Viruses related to HIV-1 have been found in nonhuman primates. @article{osti_, title = {Substitution of the transmembrane domain of Vpu in simian-human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV{sub KU1bMC33}) with that of M2 of influenza A results in a virus that is sensitive to inhibitors of the M2 ion channel and is pathogenic for pig-tailed macaques}, author = {Hout, David R and Gomez, Melissa L and Pacyniak.


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Simian & human retroviruses in nonhuman primates by Cathy A. Johnson-Delaney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Alan G. Brady, Angela A.L. Carville, in Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research (Second Edition), Immunodeficiency Viruses. Macaques infected with either SIV or simian retrovirus type D (SRV-D) frequently present with diarrhea.

The severity of the diarrhea often correlates with the degree of immunosuppression and immune dysfunction in these animals (Kuhn et al.,). Lerche Nicholas W., in The Laboratory Primate, Simian type D retrovirus.

Simian type D retroviruses (SRV) are a group of closely related viruses that, to date, have been isolated almost exclusively from Asian monkeys of the genus Macaca.

These isolates are all related to the prototypic type D retrovirus, Mason-Pfizer monkey virus (MPMV), isolated in from a mammary carcinoma of a. "Simian Virology is a well-organized and comprehensive book that should be useful for undergraduate and graduate students, veterinarians, biologists, and other professionals who work with nonhuman primates (NHPs), viruses or NHPs, or NHPs involved in research on human disease." (JAVMA, September )Format: Hardcover.

Sequence of simian immunodeficiency virus from macaque and its relationship to other human and simian retroviruses. Chakrabarti L, Guyader M, Alizon M, Daniel MD, Desrosiers RC, Tiollais P, Sonigo P. Nature. Aug ; ()Cited by: Request PDF | Simian Foamy Virus (SFV) | Simian foamy viruses (SFV) are complex retroviruses which are ubiquitous in adult nonhuman primates (NHP).

SFV replicate in the superficial | Find, read. "Simian Virology is a well-organized and comprehensive book that should be useful for undergraduate and graduate students, veterinarians, biologists, and other professionals who work with nonhuman primates (NHPs), viruses or NHPs, or NHPs involved in research on human disease." (JAVMA, September ).

Lowenstine LJ, Pederson NC, Higgins J, Pallis KC, Uyeda A, Marx P, Lerche NW, Munn RJ, Gardner MB () Seroepidemiologic survey of captive Old-World primates for antibodies to human and simian retroviruses, and isolation of a lentivirus from sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys).

Int J Cancer – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV-1 and HIV-2) and the simian immunodeficiency viruses (SIVs) are members of the lentivirus subfamily of retroviruses. HIV-1 and HIV-2 were isolated from humans with AIDS, and SIVs, a related group, were isolated from various species of Author: Preston A.

Marx. Cross-species transmission of retroviruses is common in Cameroon. To determine risk for simian T-cell lymphotropic virus (STLV) transmission from nonhuman primates to hunters, we examined Nonhuman Simian & human retroviruses in nonhuman primates book are often ideal animal models for the study of human disease processes, but their phylogenetic similarity with humans places employees at risk for transmission of a broad variety of zoonoses as described in Chapter ic occupational health services recommendations for nonhuman-primate handlers have been presented in Chapter 7.

This issue of CTMI is devoted to the lentiviruses of nonhuman primates, referred to as simian immunodeficiency viruses (SIVs).

The SIVs provide valuable tools for our quest to understand and control the HIVs, which are obviously important new human pathogens. Emergence of Novel Retroviruses, Page 1 of 2 and biology of isolates from naturally SIV infected non-human primates (NHP) in Africa.

Front. Biosci. 9: – 5. Araujo, A., and, W. Hall. Human T-lymphotropic virus type II and neurological disease. Characterization of new simian foamy viruses from African nonhuman primates Cited by: 6.

Simian Virology is the first text to comprehensively cover all currently known simian viruses. Chapters provide an overview of nonhuman primate models of medically important viral diseases as well as natural infections of nonhuman primates with human and animal viruses.

The text covers a variety of topics including primate models of medically important viral diseases such as AIDS, hypotheses. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations.

Contents: Survey of simian immunodeficiency virus among nonhuman primate populations / M. Hayami, E. Ido, T. Miura --Simian immunodeficiency viruses of African green monkeys / R.

Kurth, S. Norley --Pathology of simian immunodeficiency virus induced. (cont) Measles virus infection, nonhuman primates / L.J. Lowenstine --Simian hemorrhagic fever / P.M. Zack --Bacterial infections --Chromobacteriosis, nonhuman primates / H.M.

McClure, S.A. Klumpp and D.C. Anderson --Listeriosis / D.C. Anderson and H.M. McClure --Tuberculosis / N.W. King, Jr. --Paratuberculosis, nonhuman primates / D.C. It is now known that all human retroviruses have a non-human primate counterpart.

It has been reported that the presence of these retroviruses in humans is the result of interspecies transmission. Several authors have described the passage of a simian retrovirus, simian foamy virus (SFV), from primates to humans.

To better understand this retroviral “zoonosis” in natural settings, we Cited by: The Committee on Occupational Health and Safety in the Care and Use of Nonhuman Primates was appointed by the National Research Council (NRC) in response to requests from the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration to address the risks associated with occupational exposure to nonhuman primates and suggest practical.

The simian foamy virus (SFV) is species of the genus Spumavirus, which belongs to the family of has been identified in a wide variety of primates, including pro-simians, New World and Old World monkeys as well as apes, and each species has been shown to harbor a unique (species-specific) strain of SFV, including African green monkeys, baboons, macaques and : Retroviridae.

Gibbon-ape leukemia virus (GaLV) is an oncogenic, type C retrovirus that has been isolated from primate neoplasms, including the white-handed gibbon and woolly monkey. The virus was identified as the etiological agent of hematopoietic neoplasms, leukemias, and immune deficiencies within gibbons induring the epidemic of the late s and early 's.

Simian foamy viruses (SFVs) are retroviruses present in nearly all nonhuman primates (NHPs), including Old World primates (OWP) and New World primates (NWP). While all confirmed human infections with SFV are from zoonotic transmissions originating fr Cited by: Simian Virology.

by Alexander F. Voevodin, Preston A. Marx August Simian Virology is the first text to comprehensively cover all currently known simian viruses. Chapters provide an overview of nonhuman primate models of medically important viral diseases as well as natural infections of nonhuman primates with human and animal viruses.

BLBSVoevodin Simian Virology Alexander F. Voevodin, MD, PhD, DSc, FRCPath Professor of Virology Vir&Gen, Toronto, Canada Preston A. Marx, Jr., PhD. Cross-species transmission of retroviruses is common in Cameroon. To determine risk for simian T-cell lymphotropic virus (STLV) transmission from nonhuman primates to hunters, we examined hunter-collected dried blood spots (DBS) from 12 species for by: This chapter deals with the most commonly identified primate pathogens.

When any of these pathogens are diagnosed, the laboratory animal veterinarian and the scientific investigator should discuss the infection in light of the intended use of the animal(s). It is an especially difficult task to assess retrospectively the effects of pathogens on primate physiology.

This issue of CTMI is devoted to the lentiviruses of nonhuman primates, referred to as simian immunodeficiency viruses (SIVs). The SIVs provide valuable tools for our quest to understand and control the HIVs, which are obviously important new human : Paperback.

sible without the use of nonhuman primates (NHPs). As a by-product of polio vaccine development, a number of simian viruses were discovered and characterized in the s and s.

The advent of AIDS in ushered in the mod-ern era of simian virology. Human immunodeficiency viruses type 1 (HIV-1) and type 2 (HIV-2) were dis. It is now thirty years since the discovery of AIDS but its origins continue to puzzle doctors and scientists.

Inspired by his own experiences working as an infectious diseases physician in Africa, Jacques Pepin looks back to the early twentieth-century events in Africa that triggered the emergence of HIV/AIDS and traces its subsequent development into the most dramatic and destructive epidemic Cited by: The colony has remained negative to simian retroviruses since As a result of this success, annual testing for the simian retroviruses was initiated in In addition to these four SPF target viruses, nonhuman primates may be infected with a variety of other.

Type D oncoviruses include the ___ leukemia virus and ____ retroviruses. Simian retroviral infection has been associated with all except: ____ is a togavirus that could be transmitted from unvaccinated human handlers to nonhuman primates; it could cause abortion, fetal damage or infant death in NHP.

A better reference is the book. Parasite Diversity and Diversification - edited by Serge Morand February Simian Foamy Viruses Readily Occur Between Humans and Macaques in Urban Bangladesh (ScienceDaily; September 4, ) Ebola Treatment Works In Monkeys, Even After Symptoms Appear (NPR; Aug ) Adenoviruses May Pose Risk for.

Background: Cellular tropism of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) is closely linked to interactions between the viral envelope glycoprotein (Env) with C Cited by: 4. Polyomaviruses of Nonhuman Primates: Implications for Research.

No 1 February Polyomaviruses are a family of small nonenveloped DNA viruses. Simian virus 40 (SV40), which causes immunosuppression in Macaques. Simian Parvoviruses: Biology and Implications for Research. No 1 February   In this work, Jones-Engels and Escalante, together with researchers from University of California at Davis and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, will examine the evolution, recombination, emergence and exchange of simian retroviruses between human and.

One of the main host factors controlling resistance to disease appears to be the MHC. The recent poor results in HIV-1/AIDS Phase 3 vaccine field trials underline the importance of non-human primate models for AIDS.

These models have been, and will continue to be, important for the definition of protective immune responses relevant to successful vaccine design because they supply essential Cited by: Careaga M, Murai T, and Bauman MD.

Maternal Immune Activation and Autism Spectrum Disorder: From Rodents to Nonhuman and Human Primates. Biol Psychiatry 81(5), PMCID: PMC Carroll T, Lo M, Lanteri M, Dutra J, Zarbock K, Silveira P, Rourke T, Ma ZM, Fritts L, O’Connor S, Busch M, and Miller CJ.

Chris and I have working hard for the past year with the groups of primatologist Lisa Jones-Engel (featured in the book Spillover) and virologist Maxine Linial, doing sequence analysis of Simian foamy virus (SFV).Recently the first paper about that work came out.

Foamy viruses are retroviruses that have been shown to be transmitted from nonhuman primates to humans; they are. Chitnis et al., AIDS Res. Hum. Retroviru 5 () [Medline]. Hooper, The River (Little, Brown, Boston, ) [publisher's information].

Origins of HIV. David M. Hillis. Establishing the date when immunodeficiency viruses were transmitted from nonhuman primates to humans should provide a clue to the origin of the AIDS pandemic.

However, primates do have their own species-specific immunodeficiency virus, Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV), and they develop an AIDS-like condition when infected with SIV ie they have similar nervous system changes, develop dementia and exhibit behavioural changes similar.

Seroepidemiologic survey of captive Old-World primates for antibodies to human and simian retroviruses, and isolation of a lentivirus from sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys). Int J.

Background: Each of the pathogenic human retroviruses (HIV-1/2 and HTLV-1) has a nonhuman primate counterpart, and the presence of these retroviruses in humans results from interspecies transmission.

The passage of another simian retrovirus, simian foamy virus (SFV), from apes or monkeys to humans has been reported. Mandrillus sphinx, a monkey species living in central Africa, is naturally Cited by: Xenotransplantation could have an impact on at least three aspects of medicine.

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