Drugs of Abuse, Immunomodulation, and Aids

  • Herman Friedman
  • John J. Madden
  • Thomas W. Klein

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 437)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Sulie L. Chang, Burt M. Sharp, John J. Madden
    Pages 1-12
  3. Ricardo Gomez-Flores, Richard J. Weber
    Pages 13-19
  4. Sabita Roy, Kelly J. Cain, Richard G. Charboneau, Roderick A. Barke
    Pages 21-31
  5. T. K. Eisenstein, T. J. Rogers, J. J. Meissler Jr., M. W. Adler, M. E. Hilburger
    Pages 33-41
  6. William J. Brinkman, David M. Hall, Jin-Liang Suo, Richard J. Weber
    Pages 43-49
  7. Mary S. Pampusch, Mark A. Osinski, Janet R. Serie, Michael P. Murtaugh, David R. Brown
    Pages 59-65
  8. Sulie L. Chang, Gao-de Wu, Nilesh A. Patel, Erich L. Vidal, Milan Fiala
    Pages 67-72
  9. Mary E. Coussons-Read, Mary Daniels, Matthew Ian Gilmour
    Pages 73-82
  10. Chun C. Chao, Genya Gekker, Wen S. Sheng, Shuxian Hu, Horace H. Loh, Phillip K. Peterson
    Pages 83-90
  11. Susan Bell Nyland, Steven Specter, Jeong Im-Sin, Kenneth E. Ugen
    Pages 91-100
  12. FIV
    Jean-Noel Billaud, Tom R. Phillips
    Pages 101-116
  13. Liming Guan, Toby K. Eisenstein, Martin W. Adler, Thomas J. Rogers
    Pages 125-136
  14. James T. Martin, Sandra L. Nehlsen-Cannarella, Gary M. Gugelchuk, Omar R. Fagoaga
    Pages 149-157
  15. Christina J. Nelson, Linda A. Dykstra, Donald T. Lysle
    Pages 169-175

About this book


Introduction and Perspectives This volume represents the Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Drugs of Abuse, Immunomodulation, and AIDS. The meeting was held in Nashville, Tennessee, June 12-14, 1997. In this symposium, as in the past, newer knowledge was reviewed concerning the relationship between the immune and the nervous systems with regard to the effects of drugs of abuse. This symposium focused on the relationship between the immune system and the nervous system with regard to the effects of drugs of abuse and infections such as the immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS. As in the past symposia, presentations fo­ cused on the brain-immune axis from the viewpoint of drugs of abuse rather than from the subject of the brain or immunity alone. The aim of this series of conferences has been to clarify the consequences ofimmunomodulation induced by drugs of abuse on susceptibility and pathogenesis of infectious diseases, both in man and in various animal model systems. Recreational use of drugs of abuse, such as morphine, cocaine, and marijuana, as well as alcohol, by large numbers of individuals in this country and around the world has aroused serious concerns about the consequences of use of such drugs, especially on the normal physiological responses of an individual, including immune mechanisms. It is now widely known that many drugs of abuse, including marijuana, are used by millions ofindi­ viduals in this country and by even more abroad.


AIDS Nervous System Sepsis cocaine drugs of abuse infections infectious disease marijuana opioid

Editors and affiliations

  • Herman Friedman
    • 1
  • John J. Madden
    • 2
  • Thomas W. Klein
    • 1
  1. 1.University of South Florida College of MedicineTampaUSA
  2. 2.Emory UniversityAtlantaUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-5347-2
  • Copyright Information Plenum Press, New York 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-7439-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-5347-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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