We have constructed recombinant baculoviruses individually expressing seven of the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) glycoproteins (gB, gC, gD, gE, gG, gH, and gI). Only eight cases (6.9 per cent) showed a significant change in titer, indicating a virus infection during or shortly before the study. In most instances, convalescent-phase titers to heterologous VZV were reduced by HSV absorption to levels comparable to those in the acute-phase serum, indicating that cross-reacting antibodies were, in fact, responsible for the heterologous antibody titer rises. Only one case (53-year old female) showed high HSV 1 IgM antibody level by ELISA method, so the vestibular neuronitis in this case was assumed to have a close relation to viral infection. Some heterotypic antibody was demonstrable by RIA in CSF, but, with the exception of herpes simplex antibody in a mumps virus infection, titers were markedly lower than those to the infecting virus type. Of the 25 cultures derived from cervical dysplasias, HSV antigens were found in only 3 cultures. Interestingly, in contrast to results in the absence of complement, addition of complement allowed sera from HSV-2 gD-vaccinated subjects to neutralize HSV-1 and HSV-2 clinical and laboratory isolates with equal potency.
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