Volumes

Volume 19

FASCICLE 1

Cellular and humoral lmmunity in active pulmonary tuberculosis. A study in patients reacting to two units of PPD – 1-9

M F. MAGARÃO, A. OLIVEIRA-LIMA, D S. CAMARA, H. K. MASSUDA & G. G. R. FERREIRA 

Trypanosoma cruzi. Surface change characteristics of cultured epimastigotes, trypomastigotes and amastigotes – 10-20

J. P. KREIER, S. N. AL ABBASSY & T. M. SEED

Effects of parasite density on Ooencyrtus trinidadensis (Chalcidoidea, Encyrtidae), an endophagous parasite of Rhodnius prolixus eggs, vector of Chagas Disease in Venezuela – 21-34

D FELICIANGELI & J. E. RABINOVICH

Immune complexes In schistosomiasis. III – Characterization of the Immuneglobulins and antigens inxolved in the lmmune complexes – 35-38

D. BOUT, F. SANTORO. Y. CARLIER & A CAPRON

Immune complexes in schistosomiasis. IV – C3, C4 and C1q characterization and correlation between C3 in serum and circulating IC levels – 39-42

F. SANTORO, D. BOUT, D. CAMUS & A. CAPRON

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Chemoprophylactic activity of known schistosomiasis agents – 43-46

J. PELLEGRINO, L. H. PEREIRA & R T. MELLO 

Mass treatment, through Mebendazole, of the commonest helminthiasis in our rural areas – 47-51

J. C. BINA, J. F. M. FIGUEIREDO, A. BARRETO FILHO & F. CARVALHO

Clinical trial with ornidazole versus metronidazole versus placebo for treatment of chronic amebiasis – 52-56

0. G. SANDIA, J. DOBBINS FILHO, I. C. LEITE & P. B. HARRIS

Cambendazole – a new anthelmintic r human strongyliasis infection. Clinical trials – 57-67

L. D. RODRIGUES, I. MARTIRANI, M. CABEÇA, W. SOARES & J. A. BRANDÃO 

 

CASE REPORTS

Sarcocystis fusiformis in bovine from Bolivar State, Venezuela – 68-72

G. A. GODOY, G. VOLCAN G. & R. GUEVARA 

Acute gastroenteritis associated with Coxsackie B-6 virus in infants and children, In São Paulo. Brazil – 73-76 

R. P de S. CARVALHO, E. KIRCHNER, R. de A. MOURA & J. MURAHOVSCHI

FASCICLE 2

ABO blood groups and clinical forms of manson schistosomiasis – 77-79

D. CAMUS, J. C. BINA, Y. CARLIER, F. SANTORO, J. F. M. FIGUEIREDO, A. PRATA & A. CAPRON 

Blood gas changes and pulmonary hemodynamics in portal hypertension due to schistosomiasis mansoni – 80-93

A. C. GUIMARAES, A. R. ALVES JUNIOR, A. SANTOS FILHO, J. P. ESTEVES, L. S. A. VINHAES, W. N. ABREU, J. A. de A. SOUZA, J. C. BINA & A. R. PRATA

Circulation of Influenza virus in children pbpulation, from the Cities of São Paulo and Mogi das Cruzes – 94-98

M. M. C. ANRAKU, C. V. F. de GODOY, G. A. da COSTA. E. M. XIMURA, M. Y. KAMIYAMA & M. H. M. da FONSECA 

Results of serodiagnostic tests for Chagas’ disease performed on sera of patients with visceral leishmaniasis – 99-102

V. AMATO NETO. L. J. da SILVA & M. E. CAMARGO 

Evaluation of the lactic dehydrogenase activity and hepatic isoenzyme in schistosomiasis mansoni – 103-108

C. A. SADIIGURSKY, I. M. de ARAUJO & L. E. A. RODRIGUES 

Congenital modification of host response in murine schistosomiasis mansoni – 109-112

R. BOROJEVIC, F. SANTORO & J. A. GRIMAUD

Analysis of the sensitivity of a direct agglutination test for the diagnosis of toxoplasmosis – 113-116

B. CIMERMAN. V. AMATO NETO, R. CAMPOS, M. E. CAMARGO & L. J. da SILVA 

Serologic prevalence of Chagas Disease in the Southern area of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil) – 117-123

G. BARUFFA & A. ALCANTARA FILHO 

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Experimental studies on resistance to Bay 2502 presented by a strain of T. cruzi – 124-129

S. G. ANDRADE, Z. A. ANDRADE & R. M. FIGUEIRA .

Treatment of schistosomiasis mansoni with oxamniquine: present state of our observations – 130-137

R. de J. PEDRO, V. AMATO NETO. M. S. de M. RODRIGUES, L. A. MAGALHAES & R. S. de LUCCA

 

PRELIMINARY REPORT

D-Penicillamine in the treatment of South-American Pemphigus Foleaceus (Preliminary report) – 138-139

J. GAMARSKI & T. AUAD

 

BOOKS – 140 

FASCICLE 3

HOMAGE

Samuel Barnsley PessBa – 142-143

A. PRATA

 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Isolation of heat-stable enterotoxin-producing strains of Escherichia coli isolated from cases of diarrhea in Campinas, SP, Brasil – 144-147

M. B. SERAFIM. A. F. PESTANA DE CASTRO. H. A. RANGEL & L. PUSTIGLIONE NET0

Studies on factors involved in the dissemination of enteroparasites. II – Studies on the contamination of green-vegetables and kitchen-garden soil by cysts and eggs of enteroparasites, in the city of Ribeirão Preto. São Paulo, Brasil – 148-155

M. C. de A. MARZOCHI 

Immune complexes in schistosomiasis. V – Characterization and quantitation. of the immunoglobulins present in IC – 156-160

F. SANTORO, D. BOUT. D. CAMUS. J . P. DESSAINT & A. CAPRON

Standardization of the Montenegro antigen for intradermal test in American Leishmaniasis – 161-164

M. N. MELO, W. MAYRINK, C. A. da COSTA, P. A. MAGALHAES, M. DIAS, P. WILLIAMS, F. G. ARAUJO, M. V. COELHO & S. M. BATISTA…

Congenital Chagas Disease in the Triângulo Mineiro (State of Minas Gerais, Brasil) – 165-169

E. R. LOPES, E. CHAPADEIRO, M. B. R. da CUNHA & M. A. FONSECA.

The sensitivity of culture methods to detect experimental infections of Trypanosoma cruzi and comparison with xenodiagnosis – 170-176

R. A. NEAL & R. A. MILES

The number of trypomastigotes of Trypanosoma cruzi, required to infect Rhodnius prolixus – 177-181

R. A. NEAL & R. A. MILES 

Trypanosoma cruzi soluble antigen. Role in immunofluorescence, complement fixation and inhibition of hemagglutination tests – 182-190

M. C. S. GUIMARAES, M. T. RIBEIRO & M. E. CAMARGO

Toxoplasmosis in animals of São Paulo, Brazil – 191-194

F. SOGORB, S. L. F. JAMRA & E. C. GUIMARÃES

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Isolation and maintenance of a strain of Entamoeba histolytica Schzudinn, 1903 and the possibility of its utilization in screening of drugs – 195-201

G. CHAIA, E. F. da SILVA, C. C. VILELA & L. CHIARI

 

DIAGNOSTIC ASSAYS

Evaluation of a new semi-quantitative hatching technique of S. mansoni eggs for diagnostic purposes – 202-207

F. ZICKER, N. KATZ & J. WOLF

 

CASE REPORTS

Basidiobolomycosis (sub-cutaneous phycomycosis). A case report – 208-212 

A. L. BITTENCOURT, C. R. MELO, 0. A. M. JALIL & Z. A. ANDRADE 

FASCICLE 4

HOMAGE

J. Pellegrino – 213-214

Z. BRENER 

 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

The armadillo Euphractus sexcinctus as a suitable animal for experimental studies of Jorge Lobo’s Disease – 215-220

M. M. SAMPAIO & L. BRAGA-DIAS 

Trypanosoma cruzi: the action of specific rabbit immune sera on the growth of epimastigotes in diphasic media – 221-231

S. M. GONZALEZ-CAPPA, U. J PESCE, A. I. CANTARELLA & G A. SCHMURIS 

Toxoplasmosis serologic tests in Brazilian Indians (Kren-Akorore) of recent contact with civilized man – 232-236

P. G. LESER, M. E. CAMARGO & R. BARUZZI

Influenza in wild Brazilian fowl. II – Monthly distribution of influ,enza outbreaks, detected sorologically by immunodiffusion techniques – 237-240

M. M. C. ANRAXU. C. V. F. de GODOY, M. da G. R. OSCAR & W. C. de FARIA 

A comparative study of the behavior of Venezuelan and Brazilian strains of Trypanosoma (Schizotrypanurn) cruzi in the Venezuelan invertebrate host Rhodnius prolixus) – 241-250

S. URDANETA-MORALES & I. G. RUEDA

Epidemic outbreak of rubella in Rio de Janeiro in 1974 – 251-253

M. H. do C. LAGROTA, M. E. F. FONSECA & M. de C. DUTRA

Serologic diagnosis of human T. cruzi infection. Comparative study of complement fixation, immunofluorescence, hemagglutination and flocculation tests in 3.624 serum samples – 254-260

M. E. CAMARGO, S. HOS’HINO-SHIMIZU, V. MACEDO, B. A. PERES & C. CASTRO 

Contribution to the study of histoplasmosis in the State of Bolivar , Venezuela . Presentation of clinical cases, epidemiology survey, and serologic data from one locality – 261-268

G. S. VOLCAN G., G. A. GODOY, C. E. MEDRANO, P. C. DIAZ S. & L. H. CALDERA 

 

CASE REPORTS

Articular symptoms of viral hepatitis B. Study of 145 patients – 269-274

J. S. de MENDONCA, V. AMATO NETO, L. MOSTERIO & L. F. C. NASSER

Human infection by Fasciola hepatica in Brazil : case report and review of the literature – 275-277

V. AMATO NETO & L. J. da SILVA 

 

PRELIMINARY REPORT

Duovirus (Rotavirus) in Belém. State of Pará, Brasil – 278-279

A. da C. LINHARMS, F. P. PINHEIRO, C. SCHMETZ, G. MOLLER & D. PETERS 

Neuropathological study of a new viral encephalitis the encephalitis of São Paulo South Coast (Preliminary report) – 280-282

S. ROSEMBERG 

FASCICLE 5

Blood parasites of some reptiles and amphibia from the Amazon F0rt’e.t in Peru – 283-288

S. GUERRERO & S. C. AYALA

Pathogenesis of amoebiasis. I – Clinical aspects of amorbiasis in Brazil. A study of populational groups of three diffrrent grograpllic awas – 289-300

A. S, da CKJNHA. E. F. da SILVA. P. RASO & S. M. dr MELLO

Human acute Chagas’ miocarditis (sub-epicardical ganglionitis: Igmphocitir aggression to the cardiac muscle cells: relation beturren amastigota and cardiac muscle cells) – 301-309

E. R. LOPES. W. L. TAFURI. L. BOGLIOLO. H. 0. ALMEIDA. E. CHAPADEIRO & P. RASO

Role of triatoma (cone-nose bugs) in transmission of hepatitis-B antigpn – 310-312

H. ROSA. 2. P. LEMOS. J. D. PORTO. N. M. ANDRADE-SA. A. RASS? & E. SANTANA

Observation on the interaction of peritoneal macrophagrs with Trypanosoma cruzi. I1 – Intracellular fate of bloodstrean1 forms – 313-322

R. MILDER. J. XLOETZEL & M. P. DEANE

The effect of acute infection by Tq.panosoma cruzi upon thp r(,sponse of n~ico. to sheep erythrocytes – 323-331

G. A. SCHMUNIS. A. SZARFMAN. U. J. PESCE & S. M. GONZALEZ-CAPPA

Panstrongylus megistus leucofasciatus LUCENA. 1959 and Rhodnius nasutus STAL, 1859 (EIemiptera: Triatominae), in the State of Pernambuco. Brasil – 332-334

D. T. de LUCENA & H. de LIMA-BORBA

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Experimental study on the chemotherapeutic action of Ro 7-1051 in mic~.infected by different strains of Trypanosoma cruzi – 335-341

S. G. ANDRADE & R. M. FIGUEIRA

Clinical trial with the imidazol compound R. P. 14539. in intestinal amebiasis – 342-348

A. S. da CUNHA, E. F. da SILVA. P. RASO & S. M. de MELLO 

 

CASE REPORTS

Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis: first case from Latin-America – 349-351

R. CAMPOS. M. C. de 0. GOMES. L. S. PRIGENZI & J. STECCA

Commercial gammaglobulin (CGG) as a possible vehicle of transmission of HBsAg in familial clustering – 352-354

L. C, da SILVA, H. SETTE Jr.. F. ANTONACIO & J. D. LOPES 

H,S producing variants of Escherichia coli from routine fecal cultures – 355-359

M. MAGALHAES & A. VlRAS

 

BOOKS – 360 

FASCICLE 6

Hemocytozoa in bats from Portugal – 361-365

P. ABRANCHES & C. MAGALHÃES

Clinical, radiological and functional pulmonary manifestations in patients with leptospirosis – 366-373

L. E. NERY, A. B. de PAULA. J. NAKATANI, M. L. dos SANTOS & 0. R. RATTO 

Antibodies to hepatitis core antigen as a sensitive indicator of infection by hepatitis B virus – 374-377

E. N. SARNO. F. G. ALVARIZ, D. B. da SILVA, F. RUZANY & J. L. PEREIRA 

Pathogenesis of amoebissis. I1 – Endoscopic and histopathologic examination of the rectosygmoid mucosae – 378-386

A. S. da CUNHA, P. RASO, E. F. da SILVA & S. M. de MELL0

Pathogenesis of amoebiasis. III – Serological tests in patients infected with Entamoeba histolytica – 387-392

A. S. da CUNHA, E. F. da SILVA. F. G. de ARAUJO, C. A. COSTA S. M. de MELLO & P. RASO

Muco-cutaneous leishmaniasis: intradermal test with a promastigote suspension and a crude extract from Leishmania braziliensis – 393-396

J. PELLEGRINO. L. H. PEREIRA & T. A. F,URTAW

Presence of immunoglobulins on the surface of bloodstream Trypanosoma cruzi. Capping during differentiation in culture – 397-402

J. KLOETZEL & M. P. DEANE

Epidemiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis. I – Search for wild and reservoirs in Minas Gerais State. Brasil – 403-410

M. DIAS. W. MAYRINK, L. M. DEANE, C. A. da COSTA. P. A. MAGALHKES, M. N. MELO. S. M. BATISTA. F. G. ARAUJO. M. V. COELHO & P. WILLIAMS 

Haemmoproteus, Plasmodium and Hippoboscid ectoparasites of Colombian wild doves – 411-416

S. C. AYALA. J. M. RAMAKKA. V. F. RAMAXKA & C. E. VARELA

Detection of antibodies against P. brasiliensis by radial immunodiffusion (immunoplates) – 417-421

E. PORTO, R. G. FERRI & I. IRULEGUI 

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Efficacy of various drugs in treatment of giardiasis: comparative study – 422-424

G. C. LEVI, C. A. de AVILA & V. AMATO NEPO

Chemotherapy of fascioliasis with Bithionol (2-2′ thiobisdichlorophenol) – 425-427

0. GRADOS B. & L. A. BERROCAL S.

 

AUTHOR INDEX – 428-429

 

SUBJECT INDEX – 430