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Does HIV infection contribute to increased beta-amyloid synthesis and plaque formation leading to neurodegeneration and Alzheimer’s disease?

HIV infection in the combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) era has become a chronic disease with a life expectancy almost identical to those free from this infection. Concomitantly, chronic diseases such as neurodegenerative diseases have …


Aging, comorbidities, and the importance of finding biomarkers for HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders

HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND) continue to affect a large proportion of persons living with HIV despite effective viral suppression with combined antiretroviral therapy (cART). Importantly, milder versions of HAND have become more …

12.03.2019 | Case Report

Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy treated with nivolumab

Therapy for progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) remains challenging since there are no antiviral therapies available for JC virus. Immune reconstitution has improved the prognosis in many settings where PML occurs, but it often is not …

11.03.2019 | Short Communication

Microglial cell depletion is fatal with low level picornavirus infection of the central nervous system

Microglia are the only resident myeloid cell in the central nervous system (CNS) parenchyma, but the role of microglia in the context of neurotropic viral infection is poorly understood. Using different amounts of Theiler’s murine …


Various associations of aging and long-term HIV infection with different neurocognitive functions: detailed analysis of a Japanese nationwide multicenter study

Detailed information of the effects of age and long-term HIV infection on various neurocognitive function have not been fully evaluated yet. In a prospective Japanese nationwide multicenter study of 17 facilities (J-HAND study), 728 HIV-infected …

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The Journal of NeuroVirology (JNV) provides a unique platform for the publication of high-quality basic science and clinical studies on the molecular biology and pathogenesis of viral infections of the nervous system, and for reporting on the development of novel therapeutic strategies using neurotropic viral vectors. The Journal also emphasizes publication of non-viral infections that affect the central nervous system. The Journal publishes original research articles, reviews, case reports, coverage of various scientific meetings, along with supplements and special issues on selected subjects.

The Journal is currently accepting submissions of original work from the following basic and clinical research areas: Aging & Neurodegeneration, Apoptosis, CNS Signal Transduction, Emerging CNS Infections, Molecular Virology, Neural-Immune Interaction, Novel Diagnostics, Novel Therapeutics, Stem Cell Biology, Transmissable Encephalopathies/Prion, Vaccine Development, Viral Genomics, Viral Neurooncology, Viral Neurochemistry, Viral Neuroimmunology, Viral Neuropharmacology.

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