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Bioluminescence Imaging of Alphavirus Encephalitis in Mice: a Mechanism for Therapeutic Screening

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Air date: Thursday, March 22, 2007, 2:00:00 PM
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Category: Special
Runtime: 00:38:08
Description: Dr. Greene received her PhD from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, where her research focused on determinants of alphavirus virulence, using Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus as a model system. She is presently a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Diane Griffins lab at Johns Hopkins, where she is using Sindbis virus infection of C57BL6 mice to examine the immunopathogenesis of acute viral encephalitis. She will discuss the use of whole-body bioluminescence imaging as a tool for studying the contribution of the host immune response to pathogenesis and as a method of evaluating possible therapeutic compounds.

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NLM Title: Bioluminescence imaging of alphavirus encephalitis in mice : a mechanism for therapeutic screening / Ivy Greene.
Author: Greene, Ivorlyne.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
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Abstract: (CIT): Dr. Greene received her PhD from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, where her research focused on determinants of alphavirus virulence, using Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus as a model system. She is presently a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Diane Griffins lab at Johns Hopkins, where she is using Sindbis virus infection of C57BL6 mice to examine the immunopathogenesis of acute viral encephalitis. She will discuss the use of whole-body bioluminescence imaging as a tool for studying the contribution of the host immune response to pathogenesis and as a method of evaluating possible therapeutic compounds.
Subjects: Alphavirus Infections--diagnosis
Encephalitis, Viral--diagnosis
Luciferases
Luminescent Measurements--methods
Mice
Publication Types: Lectures
Webcasts
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NLM Classification: WC 542
NLM ID: 101303658
CIT Live ID: 5769
Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?13713