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									                       INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
Volume 52                                  Apnil 1986                                                No. 1

                          BACTERIAL INFECTIONS AND IMMUNITY
   Effect of Cyclosporin A on Immunity to Listeria monocytogenes. Ambros W.
        Hugin, Andreas Cerny, Michael Wrann, Hans Hengartner, and Rolf M.
       Zinkernagel ..........................................................                   12-17
   Characterization of Murine Monoclonal Antibodies to Escherichia coli J5. Karen
       M. Miner, Christine L. Manyak, Elaine Williams, Jesse Jackson, Marvin
       Jewell, Maureen T. Gammon, Cindy Ehrenfreund, Edward Hayes, Lynn T.
        Callahan III, Hans Zweerink, and Nolan H. Sigal .........          ...............   56-62
   Smooth Lipopolysaccharide Is the Major Protective Antigen for     Mice in the Sur-
       face Extract from IATS Serotype 6 Contributing to the Polyvalent Pseudomo-
        nas aeruginosa Vaccine PEV. Sheila MacIntyre, Roger Lucken, and Peter
        Owen ..............................................................                  76-84
   In Vivo Repackaging of Recombinant Cosmid Molecules for Analyses of Salmonel.
        la typhimurium, Streptococcus mutans, and Mycobacterial Genomic Libraries.
        William R. Jacobs, John F. Barrett, Josephine E. Clark-Curtiss, and Roy
        Curtiss III ........ ................ .................................            101-109
   Monoclonal Antibody Selection and Analysis of a Recombinant DNA-Derived
        Surface Immunogen of Treponema pallidum Expressed in Escherichia coli.
        Mark A. Swancutt, Debra A. Twehous, and Michael V. Norgard ..... ....              110-119
   Humoral Immune Response to Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Experimentally
        Infected Guinea Pigs: Immunoprecipitation of Lactoperoxidase lI-Labeled
        Proteins and Detection of Soluble Antigens of Ricketsia rickettsii. Jim C.
        Williams, David H. Walker, Marius G. Peacock, and Scott T. Stewart ....            120-127
   Pseudomonas aeruginosa Immunotype 5 Polysaccharide-Toxin A Conjugate
        Vaccine. S. J. Cryz, Jr., E. Furer, J. C. Sadoff, and R. Germanier   .......       161-165
   Biochemical and Immunological Characterization of Cell Surface Proteins of
       PasteureUla multocida Strains Causing Atrophic Rhinitis in Swine. Ben
        Lugtenberg, Ria van Boxtel, Dolf Evenberg, Marten de Jong, Paul Storm,
        and Jan Frik .......         .      .
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   Genetic Relationships of Serologically Nontypable and Serotype b Strains of
        Haemophilus influenzae. James M. Musser, Stephen J. Barenkamp, Dan
        M. Granoff, and Robert K. Selander......    .........................              183-191
   Infant Mouse Model of Adherence and Colonization of Intestinal Tissues by
        Enterotoxigenic Strains of Escherichia coli Isolated from Humans.
        J. Goldhar, A. Zilberberg, and I. Ofek           ...............
                                               ...........                                 205-208
   Antibodies to Porin Antigens of Salmonella typhi Induced during Typhoid       Infec-
        tion in Humans. Ines Calder6n, Sergio R. Lobos, Hector A. Rojas,
        Carmen Palomino, Luis H. Rodriguez, and Guido C. Mora ..............               209-212
   Genetic Relationships and Clonal Structure of Strains of Escherichia coli Causing
        Neonatal Septicemia and Meningitis. Robert K. Selander, Timo K.
        Korhonen, Vuokko Vaisanen-Rhen, Peter H. Williams, Patricia E.
        Pattison, and Dominique A. Caugant ..................    o   ................        213-222
   Protective Effects of the Glutathione Redox Cycle and Vitamin E on Cultured
        Fibroblasts Infected by Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Miriam Almagor, Itzhak
        Kahane, Chaim Gilon, and Shaul Yatziv ...........        .....................       240-244
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     Properties of Proteins MPB64, MPB70, and MPB80 of Mycobacterium bovis
          BCG. Morten Harboe, Sadamu Nagai, Manuel E. Patarroyo, Martha
          Lucia Torres, Clara Ramirez, and Nancy Cruz .........................                        293-302
     Production and Characterization of Cloned T-Cell Hybridomas That Are Respon-
          sive to Ricketsia conorii Antigens. Daniel L. Jarboe, Christine S.
          Eisemann, and Thomas R. Jerrells .....................................                       326-330
     Hormonal Influence on Experimental Infections by a Toxic Shock Strain of Staph-
         ylococcus aureus. Gary K. Best, Tom 0. Abney, J. Malcolm Kling, Jerry
          J. Kirkland, and David F. Scott .......................................                      331-333
     Antigenic Variation in the Phase I Lipopolysaccharide of Coxiella burnetii
          Isolates. Ted Hackstadt ..............        ...............................                337-340
                     FUNGAL AND PARASITIC INFECTIONS AND IMMUNITY
     Activation of the Complement System by Cryptococcus neoformans Leads to Bind-
          ing of iC3b to the Yeast. Thomas R. Kozel and Gail S. T. Pfrommer .....                            1-5
     Flow Cytometric Analysis of the Effects Exerted by Monoclonal Antibodies on
          Binding and Uptake of Leishmania mexicana subsp. mexicana Promastigotes
          by Murine Peritoneal Macrophages. Kristina M. Williams, John B. Sacci,
          and Ronald L. Anthony ..............          ................................                  36-44
     Monoclonal Antibody to a Major Surface Glycoprotein Immunogen Differentiates
          Isolates and Subpopulations of Trichomonas vaginalis. John F. Alderete,
          Leora Suprun-Brown, and Lorraine Kasmala ...........................                            70-75
     Isolation and Identification of an Exoantigen Specific for Coccidioides immitis.
          Rebecca A. Cox and Lorene A. Britt ..................................                        138-143
     Mechanisms of Killing of Toxoplasma gondii by Rat Peritoneal Macrophages.
          Robert E. McCabe and Jack S. Remington .............................                         151-155
     Increased Susceptibility to Lethal Candida Infections in Burned Mice Preinfected
          with Pseudomonas aeruginosa or Pretreated with Proteolytic Enzymes.
          Alice N. Neely, Edward J. Law, and Ian Alan Holder ...................                       200-204
     Restriction of the Alternative Pathway of Human Complement by Intact Trypano-
          soma brucei subsp. gambiense. Dana V. Devine, Ronald J. Falk, and
          Andrew E. Balber .....................         ..............................                223-229
     Surface Antigen Detected by a Schistosoma mansoni Monoclonal Antibody in
          Worm Extracts and Kidney Deposits of Infected Mice and Hamsters. Celia
          Regina Whitaker Carneiro and Jose Daniel Lopes ......             .................          230-235
     Quantitative and Temporal Analyses of Murine Antibody Response in Serum and
          Gut Secretions to Infection with Giardia muris. Denis P. Snider and Brian
          J. Underdown .......................................................                         271-278
     Induction of Protective Immunity to Monoclonal-Antibody-Defined Plasmodium
          falciparum Antigens Requires Strong Adjuvant in Aotus Monkeys. Wasim
          A. Siddiqui, Leslie Q. Tam, Siu-Chow Kan, Kenton J. Kramer, Steven E.
          Case, Kevin L. Palmer, Karen M. Yamaga, and George S. N. Hui                  .......        314-318
                             ORAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNITY
     Isolation and Characterization of a Fructosyltransferase Gene from Streptococcus
          mutans GS-5. Setsuko Sato and Howard K. Kuramitsu .....            ............              166-170
                                            PATHOGENESIS
     Identification and Characterization of Mouse Small Intestine Mucosal Receptors
          for Escherichia coli K-12(K88ab). David C. Laux, Edward F. McSweegan,
          Taffy J. Williams, Elizabeth A. Wadolkowski, and Paul S. Cohen .........                        18-25
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     Effect of Methylprednisolone on Bacterial Clearance and Endotoxin Liberation
          during Experimental Sepsis Induced by Gram-Negative Bacteria. Patricia
          M. Flynn, Jerry L. Shenep, Dennis C. Stokes, William K. Hildner, Paul
          W. Mackert, Richard L. Snellgrove, and Jerold E. Rehg .....            ............          26-30
     Production and Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies to Clostridium perfrin-
          gens Enterotoxin. Yasuhiko Horiguchi, Takashi Uemura, Yohichi
          Kamata, Shunji Kozaki, and Genji Sakaguchi ...........................                       31-35
     Purification and Characterization of Vibrio cholerae Non-Ol Heat-Stable Entero-
          toxin. Michiko Arita, Tae Takeda, Takeshi Honda, and Toshio Miwatani                         45-49
     Transposon Mutagenesis as a Tool to Study the Role of Hemolysin in the Viru-
          lence of Listeria monocytogenes. Jean Louis Gaillard, Patrick Berche, and
          Philippe Sansonetti ...................       ...............................                50-55
     Escherichia coli Hemolysin May Damage Target Cell Membranes by Generating
          Transmembrane Pores. Sucharit Bhakdi, Nigel Mackman, Jean-Marc
          Nicaud, and Ian Barry Holland ..........           .............................             63-69
     Serotype-Related HEp-2 Cell Interaction of Yersinia enterocolitica. J0rgen
          Lassen and Georg Kapperud ..........................................                         85-89
     Variables Which Affect Suppression of the Immune Response Induced by Pseudo-
          monas aeruginosa Exotoxin A. Peter S. Holt and Michael L. Misfeldt           .....          96-100
     Clearance of Endotoxin from Blood of Rabbits Injected with Staphylococcal Toxic
          Shock Syndrome Toxin-i. Hiroshi Fujikawa, Hideo Igarashi, Hiroyuki
          Usami, Shigenori Tanaka, and Hiroshi Tamura .........................                     134-137
     Nucleotide Sequence of the Type A Streptococcal Exotoxin (Erythrogenic Toxin)
          Gene from Streptococcus pyogenes Bacteriophage T12. Claudia R. Weeks
          and Joseph J. Ferretti ................      ................................             144-150
     Occurrence of Chromosome- or Plasmid-Mediated Aerobactin Iron Transport
          Systems and Hemolysin Production among Clonal Groups of Human Invasive
          Strains of Escherichia coli Kl. Miguel A. Valvano, Richard P. Silver, and
          Jorge H. Crosa ......................................................                     192-199
     Evidence for Inhibition of Fusion of Lysosomal and Prelysosomal Compartments
          with Phagosomes in Macrophages Infected with Pathogenic Mycobacterium
          avium. Claude Frehel, Chantal de Chastellier, Thierry Lang, and Nalin
           Rastogi .............................................................                    252-262
     Role of Pyocyanin in the Acquisition of Iron from Transferrin. Charles D. Cox                  263-270
     Molecular Cloning and Expression in Escherichia coli K-12 of the Gene for a
         Hemagglutinin from Vibrio cholerae. Vicki L. Franzon and Paul A.
           Manning ............................................................                     279-284
     Preferential Inhibition of Primary Granule Release from Bovine Neutrophils by a
          Brucella abortus Extract. Timothy A. Bertram, Peter C. Canning, and
          James A. Roth .......................................................                     285-292
     Purification and Partial Characterization of a Non-O1 Vibrio cholerae Hemolysin
          That Cross-Reacts with Thermostable Direct Hemolysin of Vibrio parahaemo-
          lyticus. Myonsun Yoh, Takeshi Honda, and Toshio Miwatani .....          ......            319-322
     Species Specificity and Lack of Production of STb Enterotoxin by Escherichia coli
          Strains Isolated from Humans with Diarrheal Illness. Cynthia S. Weikel,
          Karen M. Tiemens, Steve L. Moseley, I. M. Huq, and Richard L.
          Guerrant ............................................................                     323-325
     Localization of a Determinant for HEp-2 Adherence by Enteropathogenic Esche-
          richia coli. Mary M. Baldini, James P. Nataro, and James B. Kaper .....                   334-336
     In Vivo Properties of a Cloned K88 Adherence Antigen Determinant. Gordon
          Dougan, Richard Sellwood, Duncan Maskell, Kathy Sweeney, Foo Y.
          Liew, Julian Beesley, and Carlos Hormaeche ...........................                    344-347
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                                        IMMUNE MECHANISMS
    Early-Phase Endotoxin Tolerance: Induction by a Detoxified Lipid A Derivative,
         Monophosphoryl Lipid A. Gary S. Madonna, Jon E. Peterson, Edgar E.
         Ribi, and Stefanie N. Vogel ...........................................                 6-11
    Physiological Effects of a Bactericidal Protein from Human Polymorphonuclear
         Leukocytes on Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Carolyn J. Hovde and Beulah H.
          Gray ...............................................................                 90-95
    Augmented Production of Colony-Stimulating Factor in C3H/HeN Mice Immu-
         nized with Nocardia rubra Cell Wall Skeleton. Seiji Hayashi, Tomiya
         Masuno, Shigeto Hosoe, Ichiro Kawase, Mitsunori Sakatani, Takeshi
         Ogura, Susumu Kishimoto, and Yuichi Yamamura ......               ................   128-133
    Enhancement of Hematopoietic Response of Mice by Subcutaneous Administration
         of Lactobacillus casei. Teruo Yokokura, Koji Nomoto, Takako
         Shimizu, and Kikuo Nomoto ..........................................                 156-160
    Retained Antigen-Binding Activity of Fab. Fragments of Human Monoclonal
         Immunoglobulin Al (IgAl) Cleaved by IgAl Protease. Bendt Mansa and
         Mogens Kilian .        .....................................................         171-174
    Ontogeny of Macrophage Function to Release Superoxide Anion in Conventional
         and Germfree Mice. Masao Mitsuyama, Reiko Ohara, Kazunobu Amako,
         Koji Nomoto, Teruo Yokokura, and Kikuo Nomoto .....................                  236-239
    Role of Cell Surface Receptors in the Regulation of Intracellular Killing of Bacte-
         ria by Murine Peritoneal Exudate Neutrophils. Prue H. Hart, Lyn K.
         Spencer, Antonios Nikoloutsopoulos, Angel F. Lopez, Mathew A. Vadas,
         Peter J. McDonald, and John J. Finlay-Jones ...........................              245-251
    Interleukin-l Released by Blood-Monocyte-Derived Macrophages from Patients
         with Leprosy. Pierre-Richard Ridel, Pierre Jamet, Yves Robin, and Marie-
         Anne Bach ..........................................................                 303-308
    Inhibition of Mitogenesis Induced by Phytohemagglutinin and Lens culinaris Lec-
         tin in Adherent-Cell Supernatants Treated with Protein Extract of Mycobacte-
         rium tuberculosis. Cecilia Parra, Luis F. Montanlo, Mario Huesca, Ignacio
         Ray6n, Kaethe Willms, and Federico Goodsaid .........................                309-313
    Release of Interleukin-1 by Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells in Patients with
         Tuberculosis and Active Inflammation. Stephen W. Chensue, Michael P.
         Davey, Daniel G. Remick, and Steven L. Kunkel .......................                341-343
                                                 ERRATA
    Mycobacterium leprae Fails to Stimulate Phagocytic Cell Superoxide Anion Gener-
        ation. Timothy J. Holzer, Kenrad E. Nelson, Ray G. Crispen, and Burton
        R. Andersen ........................................................                      348
    Granuloma Formation by Muramyl Dipeptide Associated with Branched Fatty Ac-
        ids, a Structure Probably Essential for Tubercle Formation by Mycobacterium
        tuberculosis. Kohzoh Emori, Shigeki Nagao, Nobuaki Shigematsu, Shozo
        Kotani, Masachika Tsujimoto, Tetsuo Shiba, Shoichi Kusumoto, and
        Atsushi Tanaka ......................................................                     348
Date of Issue: 21 March 1986

								
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