Cytopathogenic cerebrospinal fluid from neurological and psychiatric patients.

Abstract

Cerebrospinal fluids (CSFs) were examined for the presence of a cytopathogenic component by an in vitro assay. No abnormal proteins were detected in CSF which produced cytopathic effects. The cytopathic effect was associated with high-molecular-weight material which was resistant to enzyme treatment. The effect persisted after extensive ultraviolet… (More)

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@article{Taylor1985CytopathogenicCF, title={Cytopathogenic cerebrospinal fluid from neurological and psychiatric patients.}, author={G. R. Taylor and Tyne Crow and Gorden Carter and Susan Gamble}, journal={Experimental and molecular pathology}, year={1985}, volume={42 2}, pages={271-7} }