PMID: 5853076Nov 1, 1965Paper

Studies on the mechanism of action of Riley virus. II. Action of substances affecting the reticuloendothelial sysem on the level of viraemia

The Journal of Experimental Medicine
K E ROWSONM H Salaman

Abstract

The level of viraemia was determined in serial blood samples obtained from 2 mice after the injection of Riley virus. The plasma virus titre rose rapidly to a peak value of 10(9) to 10(10)ID(50) per ml by 24 hours after infection, and then fell slowly to a level of 10(5) to 10(6)ID(50) per ml by the 10th day after infection, where it remained relatively stable. Neither blockade of the RES with thorotrast, zymosan, or carbon, nor stimulation of the RES with stilboestrol or zymosan, before the injection of Riley virus, produced any observable alteration in the level of viraemia attained 24 hours after infection. However 10 days or more after infection with Riley virus blockade of the RES with thorotrast caused a transitory rise, and stimulation of the RES with stilboestrol caused a slight but prolonged fall, in the level of viraemia. Zymosan injection at this period of infection caused an initial rise, followed by a fall, in the level of viraemia; these changes correlated with the initial period of blockade and the subsequent period of stimulation of the RES observed in carbon clearance studies. The clearance of injected Riley virus particles from the plasma over a period of 3 hours after injection was measured in previously unin...Continue Reading

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Aug 1, 1963·Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences·H SALEMD L BILBEY
Aug 1, 1964·Virology·B W MAHYM H Salaman
Nov 1, 1964·Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine·S BARONM L Johnson

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Jun 1, 1966·The Journal of Experimental Medicine·H G Du Buy, M L Johnson
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