Conceptual Immunology Group
Cohn M. Thoughts about positive selection in thymus. Scan J Immunol [Epub ahead of print: DOI: 101111/sji12415] 2016.
Cohn M. Two unresolved problems facing models of the Self-Nonself discrimination. J Theor Biol. 2015; 387:31-38.
Cohn M. A stepwise model of polyreactivity of the T cell antigen-receptor (TCR): its impact on the self-nonself discrimination and on related observations (receptor editing, anergy, dual receptor cells). Cell Mol Life Sci : CMLS. 2014; 71:2033-2045.
Cohn M. What is so special about thinking; after all, we all do it! Experimental Mol Pathol. 2012; 93:354-64.
Cohn M. On the logic of restrictive recognition of peptide by the T-cell antigen receptor. Immunol Res. 2011; 50:49-68.
Cohn M. Whither T-suppressors: If they didn't exist would we have to invent them? Cell Immunol. 2004; 227:81-92.
Cohn M. The Wisdom of Hindsight. Ann Rev Immunol. 1994; 12:1-62.
Cohn M. On the differentiation of a population of Escherichia coli with respect of beta-galactosidase formation. In: Chemical Basis of Development, McElroy W D and Glass, B (eds). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press 1958:458-468.
Cohn M. Contributions of studies on the beta-galactosidase of Escherichia coli to our understanding of enzyme synthesis. Bacteriol Rev. 1957; 21:140-168.
Hogness DS, Cohn M, Monod J. Studies on the induced synthesis of beta-galactosidase in Escherichia coli: the kinetics and mechanism of sulfur incorporation. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1955; 16:99-116.