This file is a bibliography showing the train of events
that is believed to have caused the AIDS epidemic.
Read AIDS3 for more details.
Subject: I do not believe establishment story on AIDS origin
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Date: 27 Apr 90 10:25:09 GMT
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Here is why. Check the following references and it will become
obvious that AIDS is a combination of two animal viruses. The next
posting has more discussion. This one serves as the bibliography.
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The following annotated bibliography was written by Dr. Robert B.
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Greenberg DS, Whatever Happened to the War on Cancer?
Discover 1986; March:47
Leibowitch, J. A Strange Virus of Unknown Origin. trans. Howard R.
(Un Virus Estrange Vinu D’Ailleurs. Grasset et
New York: Ballentine Books 1985.
Connor, S. AIDS: Mystery of the Missing Data; AIDS: Science Stands
New Scientist 116: 19, 49-58,1987.
Letter by committee on Recombinant DNA, National Research Council,
National Academy Of Sciences. Potential Biohazzards of
Recombinant DNA Molecules
Science 26 July 1974.
Anonymous Un-Natural Viruses
Nature New Biology 230:65-66, 1971.
Clemmesen J. Summation Comparative Leukemia Research 1973,
Leukemogenesis, Bibl. Haematologica No. 40, Ed. Y. Ito
and R M Dutcher;
University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo/Karger, Basel, pp 783-
Burnet F.M. Men Or Molecules? A Tilt at Molecular Biology
Lancet 1:37-39, 1966.
Shah K. and Nathanson N. Human Exposure to SV40: Review and Comment
American J. Epidemiology 103:1-12,1976.
Allison A C Beveridge WIB. Cockburn W C. et al. Virus-Associated
Immunopathology: Animal Models and Implications for
Bulletin WHO 47:257-263,1972.
Amos D B Bodmer W F. Ceppelini R. et al. Biological Significance
of Histocompatibility Antigens. Fogerty International
Center Proceedings No. 15.
Fed Proc 31:1087-1104,1972.
Higginson J The Epidemiological Program of the International Agency
for Research on Cancer. In: Seventh National Cancer
Conference Proceedings. Los Angeles: American Cancer
Society, Inc. and National Cancer Institute. pp.679-
684,1972. (Note the map on page 681 as it relates to
the epidemiology of AIDS)
Dent P B Immunodepression by Oncogenic Viruses
Progr. Med. Virol. 14:1-35,1972.
Aaroson S A Common Genetic Alterations of RNA Tumor Viruses Grown in
Nature 230:445-447,1972. (An explanation of how to
adapt a retrovirus growing in one species to another –
in this case human)
Maruyama K and Dmochowski L Cross-species Transmission of Mammalian
RNA Tumor Viruses
Texas Medicine 69:65-75,1973. (A Study of how to adapt
a retrovirus growing in one species to another in vivo)
Maruyama K Wagner S H and Dmochoski L Sarcomas Induced in Rats by
Feline RNA Virus
Bibl. Haemat. 40:93-95,1975.
Bonnard G D Manders E K Campbell D A et al. Immunosuppressive
Activity of a Subline of the Mouse EL-4 Lymphoma
Evidence for Minute Virus of Mice (MVM) Causing the
J. Exp. Med. 143:187-205,1976. (This paper along with
the Iorio paper on the production of a viral
immunodepressive factor producing AIDS proves the
relationship between Bull. WHO 47:257,1972 and the
subsequent appearance of immunodepressive viruses.)
PRODUCTION RELATIONSHIP OF AIDS TO BOVINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS
Clapham P Nagy K and Weiss R A Pseudotypes of Human T-cell
Leukemia Virus Types 1 and 2:Neutralization by Patients’
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 81:2886-2889,1984.
Shaw G M Gonda M A Flickinger G H et. al. Genomes of Evolutionarily
Divergent Members of the Human T-cell Leukemia Virus
Family (HTLV-I and HTLV-II) are Highly Conserved,
Especially in pX
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 81:4544-4548,1984.
Gonda M A Wong-Stall F Gallo R C et. al. Heteroduplex Mapping in
the Molecular Analysis of the Human T-cell Leukemia
(Lymphotropic) Viruses Cancer Research
Rice N R Stephens R M Burny A et. al. The gag and pol Genes of
Bovine Leukemia Virus: Nucleotide Sequence and Analysis
Virology 142:357-377,1985. (Shows that BLV is highly
related to HTLV I)
Burny A Bruck G Cleuter Y et. al. Bovine Leukemia Virus, a
Distinguished Member of the Human T-Lymphotropic Virus
Family Retroviruses in Human Lymphoma Leukemia M. Miwa
et. al. Eds.
Japan Sci. Soc. Press. Tokyo, VNU Science Press,
Utrecht, pp. 219-227,. 1983. (Demonstrates the close
structural and functional relationships between BLV and
Alizon M and Montagnier L Relationship of AIDS to other Retroviruses
Chiu I M Yaniv A Dahlberg J E et. al. Nucleotide Sequence Evidence
for Relationship of AIDS retrovirus to Lentiviruses
Nature 317:366-368,1985. (Demonstrates a relationship
to BLV and Visna viruses, among others)
Sanchez-Pescador R Power M D Barr P J et al. Nucleotide Sequence
and Expression of an AIDS-Associated Retrovirus (ARV-2)
Ratner L Haseltine W Patarca R et al. Complete Nucleotide Sequence
of the AIDS Virus, HTLV III
Nature 313:227-284,1985. (The authors including RC
Gallo demonstrate the relationship of AIDS to BLV)
Van Der Maaten M J and Miller J M Serological Evidence of
Transmission of Bovine Leukemia Virus to Chimpanzees
Veterinary Microbiology 1:351-357,1976.
PRODUCTION RELATIONSHIP OF AIDS TO VISNA VIRUS
Alizon M and Montagnier L Lymphadenopathy/AIDS Virus: Genetic
Organization and Relationship to Animal Lentiviruses
Anticancer Research 6:403-412,1986.
Sonigo P Alizon M Staskus K et al. Nucleotide Sequence of the Visna
Virus: Relationship to the AIDS Virus
Gonda M A Wong-Staal F Gallo R C et al. Sequence Homology and
Morphologic Similarity of HTLV-III and Visna Virus, a
Essex M McLane M F Lee T H et al. Antibodies to Cell Membrane
Antigens Associated With Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus in
Patients with AIDS
PRODUCTION RELATIONSHIP TO BOVINE VISNA VIRUS
Gonda M A Molecular Genetics and Structure of the Human
J Electron Micro 8:17-40,1988.
Gonda M A Braun M J Carter S G et al. Characterization and Molecular
Cloning of a Bovine Lentivirus Related to Human
Nature 330:388-391,1987. (Relationship of AIDS to BVV –
its “closest relative”)
Grote J Bovine Visna Virus and the Origin of HIV
British Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
Strecker R B AIDS Virus Infection
British Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 79:559-
560,1986. (First article in print to address how the
AIDS virus was manufactured).
Seale J Origins of the AIDS Viruses, HIV-I and HIV-2:Fact or
Fiction? Discussion Paper
British Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 81:617-
Mims C A Vertical Transmission Of Viruses
Microbiological Reviews 45:267-286,1981. (States that
an “alleged bovine visna virus” is contaminating fetal
calf serum – thereby implicating all tissue cultures of
the world as possible source for AIDS)
Boothe A D and Van Der Maaten M J Ultrastructural Studies Of a
Visna-Like Syncytia-producing Virus from Cattle with
Lymphocytosis J Virology 13:197-204,1974. (Demonstrates
the morphology of BVV as being identical to AIDS)
Georgiades J A Billiau A and Vanderschueren Infection of Human Cell
Cultures with Bovine Visna Virus
J. Genn. Virology 38:375-381,1978. (Demonstrates the
growth of BVV in human malignant tissue, and suggests
that BVV may be a cause of either a malignant or slow
virus disease in man)
McClure H M Keeling M E Custer R P et al. Erythroleukemia in Two
Infant chimps fed milk from cows Naturally Infected with
the Bovine C-Type Virus
Cancer Research 34:2745-2757,1974. (Demonstrates the
development of AIDS in two chimps fed cow virus orally
in 1974. The Chimps Died of Pneumocystis carinii
pneumonia. Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia had not been
reported in chimpanzees up to this time)
Note: See article above by Van Der Maaten and Miller on the
transmission bovine leukemia virus to chimpanzees in 1976
Mulder C Human AIDS Virus Not From Monkeys
Penny D Origin of the AIDS virus.
Parks, W P Gilden R V Bykovsky A F et al. Mason-Pfizer Virus
Characterization: A Similar Virus in a Human Amniotic
J Virology 12:1540-1547,1973.
Grantham R and Perrin P AIDS Virus and HTLV I Differ in Codon
Wain-Hobson S Sonigo P Danos O et al. Nucleotide Sequence of the
AIDS Virus, LAV
PRODUCTION HOW TO MAKE NEW LEUKEMIA OR CANCER CAUSING AGENTS IN THE
Rapp U R Goldsborough M D Mark C E et al. Structure and Biological
Activity of v-raf, a Unique Oncogene Transduced by a
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 80:4218-4222,1983.
Rapp U R and Todaro G J Generation of Oncogenic Mouse Type C
Viruses: In Vitro Selection of Carcinoma-inducing
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 77:624-628,1980.
Rapp U R and Todaro G J Generation of Oncogenic Type C Viruses:
Rapidly Leukemogenic Viruses Derived from C3H Cells in
Vivo and in vitro
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 75:2468-2472,1978.
Rapp U R and Todaro G J Generation of New Mouse Sarcoma Viruses in
Tsichlis P N Conklin K F and Coffin J M Mutant and Recombinant
Avian Retroviruses with Extended Host Range
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 77:536-540,1980.
Rasheed S Gardner M B and Huebner R J In Vitro Isolation of Stable
Rat Sarcoma Viruses
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 75:2972-2976,1978.
PRODUCTION RECOMBINATION AMONG RETROVIRUSES (THAT WHICH IS NOT
SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN IS IN FACT THE VERY ESSENCE OF RETROVIROLOGY)
Coffin J M Structure, Replication, and Recombination of Retrovirus
Genomes: Some Unifying Hypotheses Review Article
J. Gen. Virology 42:1-26,1979.
Hunter E The Mechanism for Genetic Recombination in the Avian
Retroviruses Current Topics in
Micro. and Immun. 79:295-309,1978.
Blair D G Genetic Recombinatioon Between Avian Leukosis and Sarcoma
Viruses. Experimental Variables and the Frequencies of
Recombination Virology 77:534-544,1977.
Wang L H Duesberg P H Mellon P et al. Distribution of Envelope-
specific and Sarcoma-specific Nucleotide Sequences from
Different Parents in the RNAs of Avian Tumor Virus
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 73:1073-1077,1976.
Duesberg P Vogt P K Beemon K et al. Avian RNA Tumor Viruses:
Mechanism of Recombination and Complexity of the Genome
Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quantitative Biology 39:847-
Wang L Duesberg P Kawai S et al. Location of Envelope-specific and
Sarcoma-specific Oligonucleotides on Rna of Schmidt-
Tuppin Rous Sarcoma Virus
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 73:447-451,1978.
Junghans R P Boone L R Skalka A M Retroviral DNA H Structures:
Displacement-Assimilation Model of Recombination
Iorio A M Barzi A Merletti P R et al. A Viral Immunodepressive
Factor Associated With Experimental Mouse Tumors Cancer
Research 36:3851-3853,1976. (This paper establishes
beyond any reasonable doubt the relationship between the
intentional production of viruses capable of
immunodepression and the “REQUEST” for the production of
the AIDS virus in Bull. WHO 47:257-263,1972. See
references and the Bonnard, Manders, and Campbell paper
above under PRODUCTION.)