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Simian cytomegalovirus-related stealth virus isolated from the cerebrospinal fluid of a patient with bipolar psychosis & acute encephalopathy

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A cytopathic 'stealth' virus was cultured from the cerebrospinal
fluid of a patient with a bipolar psychotic disorder who
developed a severe encephalopathy leading to a vegetative
state. DNA sequencing of a polymerase chain
reaction-amplified product from infected cultures has
identified the virus as an African green monkey simian
cytomegalovirus (SCMV)-related stealth virus. The virus is
similar to the SCMV-related stealth virus isolated from a
patient with chronic fatigue syndrome. The findings support
the concepts that stealth viruses can account for a spectrum
of dysfunctional brain diseases and that some of these
viruses may have arisen from live polio viral vaccines.

Martin WJ

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