Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–2): J. A. Dudgeon
Chapter 2 The scientific influence of Intrauterine Rubella (pages 3–22): W. C. Marshall
Chapter three Congenital Cytomegalovirus an infection (pages 23–43): J. B. Hanshaw, F. W. Schultz, M. M. Melish and J. A. Dudgeon
Chapter four the matter of Congenital Toxoplasmosis (pages 45–52): D. G. Fleck
Chapter five The Virus Laboratory within the prognosis and Prevention of Congenital Infections (pages 53–76): J. O'H Tobin
Chapter 6 Foetal Interferon Responses brought about by way of Rubella Virus (pages 77–99): J. E. Banatvala, Judith E. Potter and Meredith J. Webster
Chapter 7 Viral Hepatitis sort B: reviews of Congenital Transmission (pages 101–116): J. Desmyter, W. T. Liu and H. Van Den Berghe
Chapter eight Comparative facets of an infection while pregnant (pages 117–133): C. R. Coid
Chapter nine Intrauterine Bacterial Infections (pages 135–149): H. Gamsu
Chapter 10 The Epidemiological method of Intrauterine Infections (pages 151–163): N. R. Butler
Chapter eleven growth in Prophylaxis: Rubella (pages 165–177): ok. McKarthy
Chapter 12 destiny advancements in Prophylaxis (pages 179–198): J. A. Dudgeon
Chapter thirteen Chairman' precis (pages 1–2): J. A. Dudgeon
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Krech). Demonstration of Au-/SH antigen in cord blood and blood of mothers and newborns by counterelectrophoresis (CEP) and immuno-electron microscopy (IEM) (Unpublished data, W. Sonnabend, G . S. Krech 1972). 38 DISCUSSION from an infected mother to the foetus (Krech et al. 1972). The children of these mothers appeared clinically healthy, but when we looked for other evidence of foetal reaction we found that all newborns had developed anti-nuclear antibodies which were absent in the serum of their mothers, so it is reasonable to assume that these antibodies were formed by the foetus (see Fig.
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A. & GOOD,R. A. (1967) Phytohaemagglutinin unresponsiveness of lymphocytes from babies with congenital rubella. ) 214, 695-697 OLSON, G. , DENT, P. , RAWLS,W. , SOUTH,M. , MONTGOMERY, J. , MELNICK, J. L. & GOOD,R. A. (1968) Abnormalities of in vitro lymphocyte responses during rubella virus infections. J. Exp. Med. 128, 47-68 PECKHAM, C. S. (1972) A clinical and laboratory study of children exposed in utero to maternal rubella. Arch. Dis. Child. 47, 571-577 RAWLS, W. E. (1968) Congenital rubella: the significance of virus persistence.