Volumes

Volume 18

FASCICLE 1

Sero-epidemiological study of cytomegalovirus infection in São Paulo – Brazil – 1-5

R. P. de S. CARVALHO, C. S. PANNUTI, V. AMATO NETO, G. W. OSELKA I& M. J. de 0. ÂNGEL0 

Type A influenza in fowl: Serological survey by hemagglutination-inhibition and immunodiffusion tests – 6-9

M. M. C. ANRAKU, A. A. PINTO, C. V. F. de GODOY & 0. HIPÓLITO

Contribution to the epidemiological study on leptospirosis in Brazilian snakes – 10-16

S. HYAKUTAKE, P. de BIASI, C. A. SANTA ROSA & H. E. BELLUOMINI 

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi. LX – Attempts to cross Rhodnius prolixus Stal, 1859 and Rhodnius neglectus Lent, 1954 (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) – 17-23

J. da R. CARVALHEIRQ & M. P. BARRETTO 

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Treatment of herpes zoster with cytarabine – 24-27

V. M. C: de MORAES, V. AMATO NETO, J. PASTERNAK, G. W. OSELKA & G. C. LEV1 

Comparison between ornidazole and metronidazole in intestinal giardiasis – a double blind clinical trial – 28-35

E. V. LEITE, A. L. C. GONCALVES, D. G. L. da COSTA, R. L. da COSTA FILHO I& N. PODKAMENI 

 

CASE REPORTS

Toxoplasmosis in dogs in São Paulo, Brazil – 36-41

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

 

REVIEW

Paracoccidioidomycosis immunology – 42-53

C. FAVA NETT0

The tropical splenomegaly syndrome. A current appraisal – 54-70

P, D. MARSDEN & G. G. CRANE

 

PRELIMINARY REPORT

A clinical trial with Cambendazole, a new drug in the anti-helmintic therapeutic (Preliminam report) – 71-75

I. MARTWAN1 & L. D RODRIGUES

 

BOOKS – 76 

FASCICLE 2

Antígeno da Hepatite A Vírus tipo B (antígeno Austrália) em soros de indivíduos acometidos de febre amarela – 77-80

G. BENSABATH, F. P. PINHEIRO & H. P. ANDRADE

Contribuição à sorologia da Paracoccidioidomicose. Comparação entre reações de fixação do complemento pelas técnicas de Wadsworth, Maltaner & Maltaner e Micrométodo e reações de precipitação em meio líquido e gel de ágar – 81-86

CELESTE FAVA NETO, MARIA AUXILIADORA GURGEL GUERRA, ELISABETH OLIVEIRA DA COSTA & PAULO HIDEKI YASUDA

The action of Oxamniquine on Leishmania Braziliensis in Hamsters – 87-88

REGINALDO P. BRAZIL & B. GILBERT

Resultados do teste de Sabin-Feldman executado com líquido Céfalo-Raquidiano de Pacientes com Toxoplasmose adquirida e aspectos correlatos – 89-92

VICENTE AMATO NETO, CREUSA DA PENHA SERRANO & ANTONIOSPINA FRANÇA

Trypanosoma Cruzi: Effects of Rhodnius Prolixus extracts on In Vitro development – 93-96

DUELL E. WOOD & OCTÁVIO E. SOUSA

Preliminary Laboratory Trials with Oxamniquine as a prophylactic Agent in Schistosomiasis – 97-101

J. PELLEGRINO, LEÓGENES H. PEREIRA & ROMULO T. MELLO

Associação de Formas Graves de Estrongiloidíase e Amebíase Intestinal – 102-107

EDGARD CARVALHO FILHO, ARISTÍDES CHETO QUEIROZ & HEONIR ROCHA

Histoplamose Epidêmica. Novos Surtos ocorridos no Litoral Norte do Estado  de São Paulo. Inquérito Epidemiológico com Histoplasmina e Paracoccidioidina – 108-112

CELESTE FAVA NETO, JUSCELINO MENDES DE ALMEIDA NETO, MARIA AUXILIADORA GURGEL GUERRA & ELIZABETH OLIVEIRA DA COSTA

Colecistite Crônica Esquistossomótica – Considerações sobre um Caso – 113-119

OSÓRIO MIGUEL PARRA, ZULMIRA ALMEIDA LOPES & WILLIAM ABRÃO SAAD

Criptococose (Torulose) disseminada Pós-Transplante Renal – 120-127

AGENOR S. FERRAZ, ANTONIO C. P. MARTINS, PAULO F. L. BECKER, MARISA M. AZEVEDO MARQUES, HAYLTON J. SUAID & ÁUREO J. CICONELLI

A meeting on Biology of Trypanosoma Cruzi – 128

Isolation and Characterization of Total Ribonucleic Acids From Different Species of Trypanosomatidae – 129-147

LUIZA H. S. CORREA, ISSAO ROITMAN, RITA U. MUELLER & CARLOS MOREL

BOOKS – 148

FASCICLE 3

Further studies on the chemoprophylactic activity of pyrazinoquinolines in experimental schistosomiasis mansoni – 149-151

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

Immune complexes in schistosomiasis. I – The use of complement fixation tests for their detection – 152-156

F. SANTORO, D. BOUT, P. WATTRE & A. CAPRON 

Susceptibility of Biomphahria tenagophila and B. glabrata to two strains of Schistosoma mansoni – 157-164

C. E. BORDA & J. PELLEGRINO

Plerocercoid larvae of Spirometra (Dibothriocephalidae) in the man and wild animals from Uruguay – 165-172

E. DEI-CAS, N. RODRIGUEZ, C. BOTTO I& J. J. OSIMANI 

Chronic Chagas’ infection and epileptic syndromes – 173-181

M. de A. MEDRADOFARIA, L. MARQUES-ASSIS, G. R. da SILVA & M. E. CAMARGO 

Montenegro’s intradermal test in American cutaneous leishmaniasis after antimonial treatment – 182-185

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

Dontribution to the immunology of paracoccidioidomycosis. Intradermic tests in patients with two homologous and two heterologous antigens – 186-190

C. FAVA NETTO, M. A. G. GUERRA & E. 0. da COSTA

A study on the survival of descompensated cIironic Chagas’ myocardiopathy – 191-201

C. PUGLIESE, I. LESSA & A. SANTOS FILHO 

An estimation of the incidence of congenital toxoplasmosis in Silo Paulo City, Brasil – 202-205

E. A. de CASTILHO

Serum antibody changes after repeated chemotherapic series in “parasitologically cured” patients with schistosomiasis mansoni – 206-210

L. C. da SlLVA, S. HOSHINO-SHIMIZUH, . KANAMURA, P. G. STRASSMANN, M: E. CAMARGO, Pf. SETTE JR., J, D. LOPES, D. A. F. CHAMONE, S. RAIA I& G. R. da SILVA

FASCICLE 4

Effects of gamma radiation on Trypanosoma cruzi. II – Antibody production in mice inoculated with culture forms – 211-214

E. SALATA, M A. BARBOSA Z F. M. A. CORRQA 

Diagnostic information from serological tests in human toxoplasmosis. I – A comparative study of hemagglutination. complement fixation IgGand IgM-immunofluorescence tests in 3.752 serum samples – 215-226

M. E CAMARGO, P. G. LESER & W. S. P. LESER

Diagnos ic information from serological tests in human toxoplasmosis. II – hvoiutive study of antibodies and serological patterns in acquired toxoplasmosis, as detected by hemagglutination, complement fixation, IgG- and IgM-immunofluorescence tests – 227-238

M. E, CAMARGO & P. G. LESER

Agouti serum L-asparaginase. II – Chromatographic fractionation and characterization of the enzymatically active component – 239-245

V. L. G. CALICH Z R. G. FERRI

Immunodepression in mice follo’wing Schistosoma mansoni infection – 246-250

T. A. MOTA-SANTOS, G. GAZZINELLI, F. J. RAMALHO-PINTO, J. PELLEGRIN0 & W. D. da SILVA 

Toxocariasis and ascariasis: A comparison. I – Description of infection, haematological response. serum proteins and skin test with Toxocara canis antigen – 251-257

F. R. ZYNGIER 

Maternal Chagas’ infection and prematurity – 258-260

E. A. de CASTILHO & G. R. da SILVA


THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Initial experience with oxypyrantel in whipworm infection – 261-263

V. AMATO NETO, G. C. LEVI, H. N. V. STEFANI, S. R. KONICHI, M. K. K. TSUKUMO, C. A. de ÁVILA, V. M. C. de MORAES & L. de L. CORREA

Experimental chemotherapy of schistosomiasis. XI – Active derivatives Of aminoethanethiols – 264-267

D. L. NELSON I& J. PELLEGRINO 

Anatomo-pathological aspects and therapeutical response in experimentally induced chronic chagasic infection – 268-275

S. G. ANDRADE I& 2. A. ANDRADE

 

NOTE ON LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS

Reduction of Nitroblue Tetrazollum (NBT) and results false-positive bilharziosis and trypanosomiasis – 276-282

T. HIGASHI, J. L. da S. BALDY, J. F. OLIVERA, L. C. BERTONI. L. M. R. OBA, M. SEKI, R. N. TEIXEIRA I& J. T. HIGASHI

 

CASE REPORTS

Respiratory insufficiency due to disseminated strongyloidiasis in immunosuppressed patients – 283-291

F. L. BATONI, L. E. IANHEZ, L. B. SALDANHA & E. SABBAGA

FASCICLE 5

Immune complexes in schistosomiasis. I1 – Radioimmunological quantitation by binding to radiolabelled Clq-I1.25 – 293-297

F. SANTORO, D. BOUT t& A. CAPRON 

Migration and fate of Schistosoma mansoni in mice treated with 0xamniquine – 298-300

M. A. OLIVEIRA, J . PELLEGRINO, L. H. PEREIRA & T. E. VALADARES

Cryopreservation of Trypanosoma cruzi in Triatoma znfestans strains experlmentally infected – 301-305

L . S . FILARDI L Z. BRENER 

Nutrition and metabolism of Leishmania culture forms – 306-314

Y P. FIGUEIREDO, C. A. da COSTA, W. MAYRINK, F. G ARAUJO, M. DIAS, M. N. MELO, P. MAGALHAES, P. ‘WILLIAMS, S. M. BATISTA L M. V. COELHO

Biomphalaria glabrata (SAY, 1818): comparative study on the reproductive pattern, in four genetic varieties. I – Fertility – 315-321

J . F. SCHERRER, M. A. de G. CHQUILOFF I& J. R. de FREITAS 

The association between splenomegaly and malaria in indians from the Alto Xingu, Central Brasil – 322-348

R. G. BARUZZI, L. J. FRANCO, J. R. JARDIM, A. MASUDA, C. NASPITZ, E. R. de PAIVA & N. FERREIRA- NOVO

Immune-allergic survey with cryptococcin – 349-356

M de S. C. MELHEM & C da S. LACAZ

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Clinical trial of benzonidazole for treatment of Chagas Disease – 357-364

H. de 0. FERREIRA

Experimental chemotherapy of schistosomiasis. XI1 – Active derlvatlver: of aminoethanethiosulfuric acids – 365-370

D. L. NELSON L J. PELLEGRINC

Clinical trials with oxamniquine, by oral route, in schistosomiasis mansoni – 371-377

N. KATZ, E. GRINBAUM, A. CHAVES, F. ZICKER & J. PELLEGRINO 

Electrocardiographic alterations in patients with schistosomiasis mansoni treated with Hycanthone – 378-386

L. TAKAOKA, J . L. da S. BALDY, J do N. PASSOS, E. C. SOARES, J. M. R. ZEITUNE ,& J . E. SIQUEIRA

 

CASE REPORTS

A study on the pulmonary involvement in Weil’s dlsease – 387-392 

J. J. P. da SILVA, L. M. PAIVA, J. B. GUEDES e SILVA L B. ALVES NETT0

FASCICLE 6

Human rabies II – Serological studies and Intra-vitam virus isolation – 393-401

R REIS, E C MOREIRA. J NEVES M LOPEZ. W I, TAFUKI, I. E H PITTELLA, R. P. MARINHO, U. D. MARRA, J. M. ALVARES, I. D. FILH0, 0 . A. SILVA, L. G . FOSCARINI, M. T. MARTINS, G. B. CAMPOS, M. B . RIBEIRO, M . T. GONTIJO

First finding of Triatoma tibiamaculata PINTO, 1926 naturally infected by Trypanosoma cruzi in Ubatubaa, São Paulo, Brasil – 402-409

G . K. F. TAKEDA, F. E. MOREIRA. T . de B. REAES, M. L. S. CASTANHO

Infectivity for mice of cercariae, schistosomules and intermediate forms of Schistosoma mansoni, obtained in vitro – 410-414

J . C . HOLANDA, J. PELLEGRINO, G. GAZZINELLI & F. J. RAMALHO-PINTO

Evaluation of BORDA & PELLEGRINO’s technique. in the quantitative diagnosis of hookworm infections – 415-421

C. E. BORDA, M. J. F. REA & E. P. SANCHEZ

Cellular immunity to Trypanosoma cruzi infection in mice – 422-426

A. P. REIS, C. A . CHIARI, R. TANUS & I. M. ANDRADE

Ascariasis and toxocariasis. II- Difficulties in the differential serological diagnosis employing a Toxocara canis antigen – 427-432

F. R. ZYNGIER

Immunlogy oF Chagas’ disease. I- Circulating antigens in mice experimentally infected with Trypanosoma cruzi – 433-439

F. G. ARAÚJO

The crowding effect in Schistosoma mansoni infection of hamsters: influence on worm size – 440-442

P. M. Z. COELH0, R. C. A . SOUZA, A. BREDT & J . A. SOUZA-NET0

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Experimental chemotherapy of schistosomiasis mansoni. XIV – Active derivatives of aminoethanephosphorothioate, disulfide and isothiourea, disulfide, and isothiourea – 443-449

D. L. NELSON & J . PELLEGRINO 

Differences in .the susceptibility of Trypanosoma cruzi strains to active chemotherapeutic agents – 450-455

Z. BRENER, C. A. C. COSTA & C. CHIARI

Preliminary studies on the antischistosomal activity of topically applied oxamniquine – 456-458

J. PELLEGRINO, B. GILBERT & T. E. VALADARES 

 

PRELIMINARY REPORT

Autofluorescent hepatic particles in HB Ag sero-positive patients (Preliminary report) – 459-462

H . FRIEDMAN, I. V. C . FRIEDMAN & J. S. B. MENDONÇA

 

AUTHOR INDEX – 463-464

 

SUBJECT INDEX – 465-466