Prion Digest V1 #1
Chris Swanson, Moderator
prion at STOLAF.EDU
Mon Mar 18 03:35:34 EST 1991
Prion Digest Mon, 18 Mar 91 Volume 1 : Issue 1
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-- Chris Swanson (Prion Digest Moderator) <swansonc at acc.stolaf.edu>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 91 02:27:56 -0800
From: swansonc at stolaf.edu
Subject: Prion Bibliography
Well, here's the first posting to the digest. The initiator for the
digest was a posting I made to the net asking for bibliographies on
Prions or related diseases. I got a rather good responce, so I polled
the respondents about a digest and almost all (1 didn't) thought it
would be a good idea, hence the digest you see before you now.
I have included a refer format bibliography database I made up from
the responses I received from my orig. inquiry. Not all of the
entries are complete. I have managed to track down the missing info
on some of them, but I have not had a lot of free time due to midterms
comming up (this week - groan).
If anyone wants to keep sending bib entries into me, I will gladly
keep a current bibliography file updated and available via ftp or mail
(maybe a monthy digest posting if there is intrest).
Here it is:
%T Scrapie, Ribosomal Proteins and Biological Information
%J Journal of Theoretical Biology
%A Pruisner, S
%A McKinley, M
%T Prions: Novel Infectious Agents Causing Scrapie and Creutzfeld-Jacob Disease.
%I Academic Press
%C San Diego
%J Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology
%A Prusiner, S.
%T Scrapie Prions
%J Annual Review of Microbiology
%A Aiken, J. M.
%A Marsh, R. F.
%T The Search for Scrapie Agent Nucleic Acid
%J Microbiologu Reviews
%A Kingsbury, David T.
%T Genetics of Response to Slow Virus (Prion) Infection
%J Annual Review of Genetics
%A Haio (?)
%T Spontaneous Neurodegeneration in Transgenic Mice With Mutant Prion Proteins
%D 14 Dec 1990
%T Trangenic Studies Implicate Interactions Between Homologous PrP Isoform is Scrape Prion Replication
%D 16 Nov 1990
%T Acquisition of Protease Resistance by Prion Proteins in Scrapie-Infected Cells Does Not Require Asparagine-Linked Glycosylation
%D Nov 1990
%A Weissman, C.
%T Spongiform Encephalopathies: The Prion's Progress
%D 14 Feb 1991
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