1. The nervous system (K. Suzuki).
1.1 Cellular elements, tissue organization, organogenesis (J. Dupree).
1.2 Cellular reactions to insult (K. Suzuki).
1.3 Patterns of tissue pathology in neurological diseases (K. Suzuki).
2. The chemokine system(A.E.I. Proudfoot).
2.1 The biology of chemokines (B. Rollins).
2.2 Chemokines (A.E.I. Proudfoot, J.P. Shaw, C.A. Power, T.N.C. Wells).
2.3 Chemokine receptors (D. Slattery, N. Gerard, C. Gerard).
2.4 Chemokine receptor signal transduction (K. Bacon).
2.5 Development and function of the hemato-lymphopoiteic system (G.N. Schwartz, J.M. Farber).
2.6 CXC chemokines in angiogenesis (R.M. Strieter, J.A. Belperiio, D.A. Arenberg, M.I. Smith, M.D. Burdiek, M.P. Keane).
3. Chemokines and neural inflammation in model systems (W.F. Hickey).
3.1 Expression, functions and interactions of chemokines in CNS trauma (V.W. Yong).
3.2 Animal models of multiple sclerosis (W.J. Karpus).
3.3 Chemokines and neonatal excitotoxic brain injury (J.M. Galasso, F. Silverstein).
3.4 Stroke: chemokine-induced infiltration of immune cells (H.W.G.M. Boddeke).
3.5 Chemokine responses in virus-induced neurologic disease: balancing host defence and neuropathology (T.E. Lane, M.J. Buchmeier).
3.6 Cell recruitment in the axotomized facial nucleus: role of cytokines, chemokines and cell adhesion molecules (G. Raivich).
3.7 Chemokines and neural inflammation in experimental brain abscesses (T. Kielian, W.F. Hickey).
3.8 Insights from transgenic and knockout mice (I.L. Campbell, V.C. Asensio).
4. Chemokines effects on other CNS processes and resident cells (J.K. Harrison).
4.1 Constitutive roles for SDF-1/CXCR4 and fractalkine/CX3CR1 in the CNS (J.K. Harrison).
4.2 The role of the chem