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  • Coxsackie Virus
  • Gilbert Dalldorf

    Prominent publications by Gilbert Dalldorf

    KOL Index score: 3436

    A virus has been recovered from the feces of two children having symptoms similar to those of poliomyelitis. The virus is pathogenic for suckling mice and hamsters but not for rhesus monkeys. It induces striking lesions in the skeletal muscles of the experimental animal but not in the central nervous system. Other viruses inducing similar signs and lesions in suckling mice have been isolated from several other outbreaks of a poliomyelitis-like disease, including one large urban epidemic.

    Also Ranks for: Suckling Mice |  poliomyelitis virus |  skeletal muscles |  feces humans |  children symptoms
    KOL Index score: 3025

    Gravid mice become progressively more susceptible to infection with the pancreatic line of Group B-1 Coxsackie virus during the last week of pregnancy. A Group A-8 strain did not have such an effect. The young that survive despite the fact that their mothers are infected with a B-1 strain appear to be normal in the gross and microscopically, to grow at the usual rate, to be free of demonstrable virus, and to be susceptible on challenge with a homologous strain.

    Also Ranks for: Coxsackie Virus |  mice pancreas |  infections disease |  susceptible infection
    KOL Index score: 2984

    Young mice infected with Group B Coxsackie virus were rendered markedly resistant to poliomyelitis virus given from 4 to 10 days later. A sparing effect was detectable in somewhat older mice and in young mice inoculated with poliomyelitis after shorter intervals, but in both cases few mice survived. Interference was manifest by survival, by prolongation of the course of poliomyelitis, and by a decreased frequency of poliomyelitis.

    Also Ranks for: Coxsackie Virus |  experimental poliomyelitis
    KOL Index score: 2674

    An alteration of tissue tropism of a Coxsackie virus has been observed following different methods of propagation of the virus in animals. Tropism for the adult mouse pancreas, as described by Pappenheimer, appeared to be irrevocably lost following prolonged brain-to-brain transfer. It was present in the same strain on reisolation from human feces, was intensified following pancreas transfers, and suppressed by brain transfers. Pancreatotropism may be correlated with the titer of virus ...

    Also Ranks for: Coxsackie Virus |  human feces |  pancreatic diseases |  mice pancreas |  animals disease
    KOL Index score: 2232

    Coxsackie virus, Group A, Type 14, has been adapted to adult mice and monkeys and induces in them poliomyelitis-like lesions and, in the case of the mice, flaccid paralysis.

    Also Ranks for: Coxsackie Viruses |  poliomyelitislike lesions |  enterovirus infections |  poliomyelitis animals |  mice myositis
    KOL Index score: 781
    Also Ranks for: Coxsackie Virus
    KOL Index score: 210

    For general practitioners, in whose practice is included a major proportion of the medical management of infants and children, and for the specializing pediatrician as well, Postgraduate Medicine presents this special regular department devoted to brief discussions by recognized authorities on their preferred methods of the treatment and management of diseases and problems of infancy and childhood.

    Also Ranks for: Accident Prevention
    KOL Index score: 172
    Also Ranks for: Enterovirus Humans |  coxsackie virus


    Gilbert Dalldorf: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which Gilbert Dalldorf is among the top experts in the world.
    Concept World rank
    pancreatotropism titer #1
    coxsackie virus methods #1
    reisolation human feces #1
    pancreas coxsackie virus #1
    tropism coxsackie #1
    mouse pancreas alteration #1
    pancreas transfers #1
    pappenheimer brain #1
    animals tropism #1
    alteration tissue tropism #1
    coxsackie pappenheimer #1
    brain transfers pancreatotropism #1
    mousehamster transfers paralysis #2
    susceptibility gravid #2
    encephalitis pathogenicity #2
    hamster encephalomyelitis virus #2
    neuropathogenicity coxsackie viruses #2
    infection gravid mice #2
    poliomyelitis shorter intervals #2
    serial hamster passages #2
    pregnancy animals coxsackie #2
    myositis poliomyelitis #2
    skeletal muscles virus #2
    poliomyelitis coxsackie virus #2
    single mouse transfer #2
    susceptibility gravid mice #2
    pathogenicity mousehamster transfers #2
    young mice poliomyelitis #2
    pregnancy a8 strain #2
    mousehamster transfers #2
    inapparent infection hamsters #2
    gravid mice infection #2
    induces poliomyelitislike lesions #2
    encephalomyelitis virus strain #2
    pancreatic coxsackie virus #2
    poliomyelitislike lesions case #2
    poliomyelitis decreased frequency #2
    decreased frequency poliomyelitis #2
    shorter intervals cases #2
    poliomyelitis virus sparing #2
    coxsackie virus week #2
    sparing coxsackie #2
    demonstrable virus challenge #2
    sparing older mice #2
    strain usual rate #2
    mice neuropathogenicity #2
    neuropathogenicity coxsackie #3
    poliomyelitislike lesions #3
    infection gravid #4
    childhood postgraduate medicine #5

    Key People For Coxsackie Virus

    Top KOLs in the world
    Joseph L Melnick
    poliomyelitis virus cervical cancer large volumes
    Gilbert Dalldorf
    coxsackie virus gravid mice mouse pancreas
    Grace M SICKLES
    coxsackie virus new types tissue culture
    Reinhard Kandolf
    parvovirus b19 endomyocardial biopsy suspected myocarditis
    Alwin Max Pappenheimer
    diphtheria toxin guinea pigs parathyroid glands
    Bruce M McManus
    viral myocarditis gene expression coronary artery

    Gilbert Dalldorf:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichGilbert Dalldorfhas direct influence:Coxsackie virus,  Coxsackie virus infection,  Gravid mice,  Mouse encephalomyelitis virus,  Encephalomyelitis virus,  Coxsackie viruses,  Suckling mice,  Mouse pancreas.

    Gilbert Dalldorf:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Gilbert Dalldorf has influence:Coxsackie virus,  Aseptic meningitis,  Epidemic pleurodynia,  Pregnant mice,  Viral myocarditis,  Bornholm disease,  Hela cells.



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