Rubella Virus and its Effects on the Developing Nervous System

  • Jerry S. Wolinsky

Abstract

Rubella was initially recognized as a distinct disease entity in the early nineteenth century1. For nearly 150 years, rubella virus was considered to cause only a mild morbilliform rash, occasional fever and a rather predictable lymphadenopathy. Predominantly a childhood disease, rubella is known to be endemic throughout the world and is associated with epidemics which occur in irregular fashion.

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Immune Complex Bovine Viral Diarrhoea Virus Rubella Virus Congenital Rubella Syndrome Rubella Vaccine 
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