Melvin Cohn

Professor Emeritus

Conceptual Immunology Group

Melvin Cohn
Salk Institute for Biological Studies - Publications

Publications


1. Cohn, M. and Pappenheimer, Jr., A.M. (1949)
A quantitative study of the diphtheria toxin-antitoxin reaction in the sera of various species including man.
J. Immunol. 63: 291-312.

2. Cohn, M., Wetter, L.R. and Deutsch, H.F. (1949)
Immunological studies on egg white proteins. I. Precipitation of chicken-ovalbumin and conalbumin by rabbit-and horse-antisera.
J. Immunol. 61: 283-296.

 3. Deutsch, H.F., Nichol, J.C. and Cohn, M. (1949)
Biophysical studies of blood plasma proteins IX. Immunological and electrophoretic studies of immune chicken serum.
J. Immunol. 63: 195-210.

 4. Cohn, M., Deutsch, H.F. and Wetter, L.R. (1950)
Biophysical studies of blood plasma proteins XIII. Analysis of immunological heterogeneity of human gamma globulin fractions.
J. Immunol. 64: 381-395.

5. Cohn, M. and Monod, J. (1951)
Purification et propriétés de la b-galactosidase (lactase) d'Escherichia coli.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 7: 153-174.

6. Cohn, M. and Torriani, A-M. (1951)
Etude immunochimique de la biosynthèse adaptative d'un enzyme: la b-galactosidase (lactase) d'Escherichia coli.
Comp. Rend. 232: 115-117.

7. Monod, J., Cohen-Bazire, G. and Cohn, M. (1951)
Sur la biosynthèse de la b-galactosidase (lactase) chez Escherichia coli: la specificité de l'induction.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 7: 585-599.

8. Cohn, M. (1952)
Immunochemical properties of b-galactosidase of Escherichia coli and structurally related sub-stances, with special reference to the question of homogeneity of proteins. 11th Intl. Congress.
Biochim. Résumés Communs. pp. 386-387.

9. Cohn, M. (1952) Section III: Immunochemical methods for determining homogeneity of proteins and polysaccharides (Introduction for Section III).
In: Methods in Medical Research, Vol 5. (Eds.) A. Corcoran and M. Cohn. Year Book Publications, Chicago, IL. pp 268-270.

10. Cohn, M. (1952) Production of antibodies in experimental animals:
I. Techniques and analysis of the quantitative precipitin reaction. A. Reaction in liquid media. In: Methods in Medical Research, Vol. 5, (Eds.) A. Corcoran and M. Cohn. Year Book Publications, Chicago, IL. pp. 271-283.

11. Cohn, M. (1952) III. Techniques and analysis of the quantitative precipitin reaction. A. Reaction in liquid media.
In: Methods in Medical Research, Vol. 5, (Eds.) A. Corcoran and M. Cohn. Year Book Publications, Chicago, IL. pp 301-335.

12. Monod, J. and Cohn, M. (1952)
La biosynthèse induite des enzymes (adaptation enzymatique).
In: Advances in Enzymology, (Ed.) F.F. Nord, Interscience Publishers Inc., New York, Vol. 13, pp. 67-119.

13. Wetter, L.R., Cohn, M. and Deutsch, H.F. (1952)
Immunological studies of egg white proteins. II. Resolution of the quantitative precipitin reaction between chicken egg white and rabbit anti egg-white serum in terms of the reactions of purified egg white proteins.
J. Immunol. 69: 109-115.

14. Cohn, M. and Torriani, A-M. (1952)
Immunochemical studies with the b-galactosidase and structurally related proteins of Escherichia coli.
J. Immunol. 69: 471-491.
15. Cohn, M. (1953)
Etude immunologique de la biosynthèse d'une protéine.
J. Med. Bordeaux et Sud-Ouest 130: 346-350.

16. Cohn, M. (1953)
A note on the use of the antigen excess zone to reveal the existence of certain types of cross reactions in unidentified mixtures of antigens.
J. Immunol. 70: 317-320.

17. Cohn, M., Cohen, G.N. and Monod, J. (1953)
The specific inhibiting effect of methionine in the formation of methionine synthase in Escherichia coli.
Comp. Rend. 236: 746-748.

18. Cohn, M. and Monod, J. (1953)
Specific inhibition and induction of enzyme biosynthesis.
In: Adaptation in Micro-organisms, 3rd Symposium. Society Gen. Microbiology, (Eds.) R. Davies, and E.F. Gale, Cambridge Univ. Press, England. pp. 132-149.

19. Cohn, M., Monod, J., Pollock, M.R., Spiegelman, S. and Stanier, R.Y. (1953)
Terminology of enzyme formation.
Nature 172: 1096.

20. Cohn, M. and Torriani, A-M. (1953)
The relationships in biosynthesis of the b-galactosidase- and Pz-proteins in Escherichia coli. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 10: 280-289.

21. Monod, J. and Cohn, M. (1953)
Sur le mécanisme de la synthèse d'une protéine bactérienne. La b-galactosidase d'Escherichia coli. In: Symposium on Microbial Metabolism. VIth International Congress on Microbiology, Rome, Italy, pp. 42-62.

22. Wetter, L.R., Cohn, M. and Deutsch, H.F. (1953)
Immunological studies of egg white proteins. V. The cross-reactions of egg white proteins of various species.
J. Immunol. 70: 507-513.

23. Cohn, M. (1954)
The immunological analysis of the biosynthesis of a protein.
In: Serological Approaches to Studies of Protein Structure and Metabolism, (Ed.) H. Cole, Rutgers U. Press, New Brunswick, N.J. pp. 38-54.

24. Hogness, D.S., Cohn, M. and Monod, J. (1955)
Studies on the induced synthesis of b-galactosidase in Escherichia coli: The kinetics and mechanism of sulfur incorporation.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 16: 99-116.

25. Cohn, M. (1956)
On the inhibition by glucose of the induced synthesis of b-galactosidase in Escherichia coli.
 In: Enzymes: Units of Biological Structure and Function, (Ed.) O.H. Gaebler, Academy Press, New York, pp.41-48 and pp. 96-98.

26. Cohn, M. (1957)
The problem of specific inhibition of antibody synthesis in adult animals by immunization of embryos.
Ann. New York Academy Sci. 64: 859-876.

27. Cohn, M. (1957)
Contributions of studies on the b-galactosidase of Escherichia coli to our understanding of enzyme synthesis.
Bacteriol. Rev. 21: 140-168.

28. Wiesmeyer, H. and Cohn, M. (1957) Purification and characterization of amylomaltase induced in Escherichia coli.
Fed. Proc. 16: 1154.

29. Cohn, M. (1958)
On the differentiation of a population of Escherichia coli with respect of b-galactosidase formation.
In: Chemical Basis of Development, (Eds.) W.D. McElroy and B. Glass, The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, MD, pp. 458-468.

30. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1959)
Symposium on the biology of cells modified by viruses or antigens. II. On the analysis of antibody synthesis at the cellular level.
Bact. Revs. 23: 213-223.

31. Cohn, M. and Horibata, K. (1959)
Inhibition by glucose of the induced synthesis of the b-galactoside-enzyme system of Escherichia coli, Analysis of maintenance.
J. Bact. 78: 601-612.

32. Cohn, M. and Horibata, K. (1959)
Analysis of the differentiation and of the heterogeneity within a population of Escherichia coli undergoing induced b-galactosidase synthesis.
J. Bact. 78: 613-623.

33. Cohn, M. and Horibata, K. (1959)
Physiology of the inhibition by glucose of the induced synthesis of the b-galactoside-enzyme system of Escherichia coli.
J. Bact. 78: 624-635.

34. Cohn, M., Lennox, E. and Spiegelman, S. (1960)
On the behavior of the Escherichia coli Pz-"b-galactoside system" introduced into shigella dysenteriae.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 39: 255-266.

35. Wiesmeyer, H. and Cohn, M. (1960)
The characterization of the pathway of maltose utilization by Escherichia coli.
I. Purification of the physical chemical properties of the enzyme amylomaltase.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 39: 417-426.

36. Wiesmeyer, H. and Cohn, M. (1960)
The characterization of the pathway of maltose utilization by Escherichia coli.
II. General properties and mechanism of action of amylomaltase.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 39: 427-439.

37. Wiesmeyer, H. and Cohn, M. (1960)
The characterization of the pathway of maltose utilization by Escherichia coli.
III. A description of the concentrating mechanism.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 39: 440-447.

38. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1964)
Antibody formation by rabbit lymph node cells. I. Single cell responses to several antigens.
J. Immunol. 92: 335-345.

39. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1964)
Antibody formation by rabbit lymph node cells. II. Further observations on the behavior of single antibody-producing cells with respect to their synthetic capacity and morphology.
J. Immunol. 92: 346-355.

40. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1964)
Antibody formation by rabbit lymph node cells. III. The controls for microdrop and micropipet experiments.
J. Immunol. 92: 356-371.

41. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1964)
Antibody formation for rabbit lymph node cells. IV. The detailed methods for measuring antibody synthesis by individual cells, the kinetics of antibody formation by rabbits and the properties of cell suspensions.
J. Immunol. 92: 372-390.

42. Attardi, G., Cohn, M., Horibata, K. and Lennox, E.S. (1964)
Antibody formation for rabbit lymph node cells. V. Cellular heterogeneity in the production of antibody to T5.
J. Immunol. 93: 94-95.

43. Willson, C., Perrin, D., Cohn, M., Jacob, F. and Monod, J. (1964)
Non-inducible mutants of the regulator gene in the "lactose" system of Escherichia coli.
J. Mol. Biol. 8: 582-592.

44. Bourgeois, S., Cohn, M. and Orgel, L.E. (1965)
Suppression of and complementation among mutants of the regulatory gene of the lactose operon of Escherichia coli.
J. Mol. Biol. 14: 300-302.
45. Burstein, C., Cohn, M., Kepes, A. and Monod, J. (1965)
Role du lactose et de ses produits metaboliques dans l'induction de l'operon lactose chez Escherichia coli.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 95: 634-639.

46. Cohn, M. (1967)
Natural history of the myeloma: Cold Spring Harbor Symposium,
Quant. Biol. 32: 211-221.

47. Cohn, M. (1967)
Antibody synthesis: The take home lesson.
In: Gamma Globulins, Structure and Control of Biosynthesis, Nobel Symposium 3, (Ed.) J. Killander, Intersci. Publ., New York, 615-640.

48. Cohn, M. (1967)
Reflections on a discussion with Karl Popper: The molecular biology of expectation.
Bulletin of the All-India Inst. of Med. Sci. 1: 8-16.

49. Lennox, E.S. and Cohn, M. (1967)
Immunoglobulins.
Ann. Rev. Biochem. 36: 365-406.

50. Bretscher, P.A. and Cohn, M. (1968)
Minimal model for the mechanism of antibody induction and paralysis by antigen.
Nature 220: 444-448.

51. Cohn, M. (1968)
What can Escherichia coli and the plasmacytoma contribute to understanding differentiation and immunology?
In: Symposium of the Intl. Society for Cell Biology, Vol. 7, (Ed.) K.B. Warren, Academy Press, New York., pp. 1-28.

52. Cohn, M. (1968)
The molecular biology of expectation.
 In: Nucleic Acids in Immunology, (Eds.) O.J. Plescia, and W. Braun, Springer-Verlag, New York NY, pp. 671-715.

53. Riggs, A.D., Bourgeois, S., Newby, R.F. and Cohn, M. (1968)
DNA binding of the lac repressor.
J. Mol. Biol. 34: 365-368.

54. Schubert, D. and Cohn, M. (1968)
Immunoglobulin biosynthesis - III. Blocks in defective synthesis.
J. Mol. Biol. 38: 273-288.

55. Schubert, D., Jobe, A. and Cohn, M. (1968)
Mouse myelomas producing precipitating antibody to nucleic acid bases and/or nitrophenyl derivatives.
Nature, 220: 882-885.

56. Cohn, M. (1969)
Speculation on cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in immunological responsiveness and tolerance.
In: Immunological Tolerance, (Eds.) M. Landy, and W. Braun, Academy Press, New York, pp. 281-338.

57. Cohn, M., Notani, G. and Rice, S.A. (1969)
Characterization of the antibody to the C-carbohydrate produced by a transplantable mouse plasmacytoma.
Immunochemistry. 6: 111-123.

58. Schubert, D., Humphreys, S., Baroni, C. and Cohn, M. (1969)
In vitro differentiation of a mouse neuroblastoma.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 64: 316-323.

59. Bretscher, P. and Cohn, M. (1970)
A theory of self-nonself discrimination.
Science, 169: 1042-1049.

60. Cohn, M. (1970)
Anticipatory mechanisms of individuals.
In: Control Processes in Multicellular Organisms: CIBA Foundation & India International Centre (1970). (Eds.) GEW Wolstenholme and J. Knight. J. & A. Churchill, Publishers, London, England, pp. 255-297.

61. Cohn, M. (1970)
Selection under a somatic model.
Cell. Immunol. 1: 461-467.

62. Grey, H.M., Hirst, J.W. and Cohn, M. (1970) J606: A new mouse immunoglobulin.
Fed. Proc. 29(2): 2590.

63. Harris, A.W. and Cohn, M. (1970)
Physiology and genetics of some lymphoid cell functions.
In: Developmental Aspects of Antibody Formation and Structure: Proceedings of a Symposium held in Prague, June 1-7, 1969, Vol. 1, (Eds.) J. Sterzl and I. Riha, Czechoslovak Academy Science, Prague, pp. 275-279.

64. Schubert, D. and Cohn, M. (1970)
Immunoglobulin biosynthesis. V. Light chain assembly.
J. Mol. Biol. 53: 305-320.

65. Riggs, A.D., Bourgeois, S. and Cohn, M. (1970)
The lac repressor-operator interaction. III. Kinetic studies.
J. Mol. Biol. 53: 401-417.

66. Schubert, D., Roman, A. and Cohn, M. (1970)
Anti-nucleic acid specificities of mouse myeloma immunoglobulins.
Nature 225: 154-158.

67. Vicari, G., Sher, A., Cohn, M. and Kabat, E.A. (1970)
Immunochemical studies on a mouse myeloma protein with specificity for certain b-linked terminal residues of N-acetyl D-glucosamine. Immunochem. 7: 829-838.

68. Watson, J., Ralph, P., Sarkar, S. and Cohn, M. (1970)
Leukemia viruses associated with mouse myeloma cells.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 66: 344-351.

69. Weigert, M.G., Cesari, I.M., Yonkovich, S.J. and Cohn, M. (1970)
Variability in the lambda light chain sequences of mouse antibody.
Nature 228: 1045-1047.

70. Baxter, J.D., Harris, A.W., Tomkins, G.M. and Cohn, M. (1971)
Glucocorticoid receptors in lymphoma cells in culture: Relationship to glucocorticoid killing activity.
Science 171: 189-191.

71. Cohn, M. (1971)
Antibody synthesis: The take home lesson.
In: Immunoglobulins, (Eds.) S. Kochwa and H.G. Kunkel, Ann. New York Acad. Sci.90: pp. 529-584.

72. Cohn, M. and Simonsen, M. (1971)
Theories of antibody formation.
In: Progress in Immunology, (Ed.) B. Amos, Academy Press, New York, pp. 1403-1405.

73. Grey, H.M., Hirst, J.W. and Cohn, M. (1971)
A new mouse immunoglobulin: IgG3.
J. Exp. Med. 133: 289-304.

74. Hirst, J.W., Jones, G.G. and Cohn, M. (1971)
Characterization of a BALB/c myeloma library.
J. Immunol. 107: 926-927.

75. Sher, A., Lord, E. and Cohn, M. (1971)
Reconstitution from subunits of the hapten binding sites and idiotypic determinants of mouse anti-phosphorylcholine myeloma proteins.
J. Immunol. 107: 1226-1234.

76. Weigert, M.G., Cesari, I., Geckeler, W.R., Blomberg, B. and Cohn, M. (1971) Characteristics of the lambda chain class in mice.
J. Immunol. 107: 925. 

77. Cohn, M. (1972)
Conference evaluation and commentary of an International Conference held at Brook Lodge, August, Michigan (May 8-10, 1972).
In: Genetic Control of Immune Responsiveness: Relationship to Disease Susceptibility. (Eds.) H.O. McDevitt, and M. Landy, Academy Press, New York, NY, pp. 367-451.

78. Cohn, M. (1972)
Immunology: What are the rules of the game?
Cell. Immunol. 5: 1-20.

79. Lundblad, A., Steller, R., Kabat, E.A., Hirst, J.W., Weigert, M.G. and Cohn, M. (1972)
Immunochemical studies on mouse myeloma proteins with specificity for dextran or for levan. Immunochem. 9: 535-544.

80. Ralph, P., Nakoinz, I. and Cohn, M. (1972)
IgM-IgG 1,2,3 relationship during pregnancy relative to IgM.
Nature, 238: 344-345.

81. Sher, A. and Cohn, M. (1972)
Effect of haptens on the reaction of anti-idiotype antibody with a mouse anti-phosphorylcholine plasmacytoma protein.
J. Immunol. 109: 176-178.

82. Sher, A. and Cohn, M. (1972)
Inheritance of an idiotype associated with the immune response of inbred mice to phosphorylcholine.
Eur. J. Immunol. 2: 319-326.

83. Cohn, M. (1973)
Antibody diversification: The somatic mutation model revisited.
 In: The Biochemistry of Gene Expression in Higher Organisms, (Eds.) J.K. Pollak, and J.W. Lee, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, Holland, pp. 574-592.

84. Ralph, P., Hyman, R., Epstein, R., Nakoinz, I. and Cohn, M. (1973)
Independence of theta and TL surface antigens and killing by thymidine, cortisol, phytohemagglutinin, and cyclic AMP in a murine lymphoma.
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 55: 1085-1091.

85. Watson, J., Epstein, R. and Cohn, M. (1973)
Cyclic nucleotides as intracellular mediators of the expression of antigen-sensitive cells.
Nature, 246: 405-409.

86. Watson, J., Trenkner, E. and Cohn, M. (1973)
The use of bacterial lipopolysaccharides to show that two signals are required for the induction of antibody synthesis.
J. Exp. Med. 138: 699-714.

87. Barstad, P., Farnsworth, V., Weigert, M., Cohn, M. and Hood, L. (1974)
Mouse immunoglobulin heavy chains are coded by multiple germ line variable region genes. Proc. Natl. Academy Sci. USA, 71: 4096-4100.

88. Barstad, P., Rudikoff, S., Potter, M. and Cohn, M. (1974)
Immunoglobulin structure: Amino terminal sequences of mouse myeloma proteins that bind phosphorylcholine.
Science 183: 962-964.

89. Bevan, M., Epstein, R. and Cohn, M. (1974)
The effect of 2-mercaptoethanol on murine mixed lymphocyte cultures.
J. Exp. Med. 139: 1025-1030.

90. Cohn, M. (1974)
A rationale for ordering the data on antibody diversification.
In: Progress in Immunol. II (Proc. 2nd Intl. Congr. of Immuno., Brighton), Vol. 2, (Eds.) L. Brent, and J. Holborow, North Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam, Holland, pp.261-284.

91. Cohn, M., Blomberg, B., Geckeler, W., Raschke, W. and Weigert, M. (1974)
First order considerations in analyzing the generator of diversity.
In: The Immune System: Genes, Receptors, Signals, (Eds.) E.E. Sercarz, A.R. Williamson, and C.F. Fox, Academy Press, New York, pp. 89-117.

92. Kagnoff, M.F., Billings, P. and Cohn, M. (1974)
Functional Characteristics of Peyer's patch lymphoid cells: II. Lipopolysaccharide in thymus-dependent.
J. Exp. Med. 139: 407-413.

93. Weigert, M., Raschke, W.C., Carson, D. and Cohn, M. (1974)
Immunochemical analysis of the idiotypes of mouse myeloma proteins with specificity for levan or dextran.
J. Exp. Med. 139: 137-147.

94. Bevan, M.J. and Cohn, M. (1975)
Cytotoxic effects of antigen- and mitogen-induced T-cells on various targets.
J. Immunol. 114: 559-565.

95. Cohn, M. (1975)
The logic of cell interactions in determining immune responsiveness.
In: Molecular Approaches in Immunology, (Eds.) E.E. Smith and D.W. Ribbons, Academic Press, New York, pp. 79-107.

96. Cohn M, and Blomberg B.
The self-nonself discrimination: a one- or two-signal mechanism?
Scand. J Immunol. 1975; 4: 1-24.

97. Cohn M. (1975)
Analysis of Immune Responsiveness to Tumors:
In: Immunobiology of the tumor-host relationship:Proceedings of an International Conference held at the Sormani Palace, Milan, Italy January 14-18, 1974. (Eds.) Smith RT and Landy M, New York, NY: Academic Press: pp. 249-51 and 268-276.

98. Ralph P, Prichard J, Cohn M. (1975)
Reticulum cell sarcoma: An effector cell in antibody dependent cell-mediated immunity.
J Immunol. 114: 898-905.

99. Riblet R, Cohn M, Weigert M. (1975)
Linkage analysis of the dextran response gene.
Immunogenetics 1: 525.

100. Bevan, M.J., Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1976)
H-2 antigen-specific cytotoxic T-cells induced by concanavalin A: Estimation of their relative frequency.
Eur. J. Immunol. 6: 150-156.

101. Cohn, M. (1976)
Discussion of Topic V: Nature of B lymphocyte signals. "Role of mitogenic components of thymus-independent antigens".
In: Mitogens in Immunobiology, (Eds.) J.J. Oppenheim and D.L. Rosenstreich, Academy Press, New York, pp. 355-371.

102. Cohn, M. (1976)
Summary discussion of Topic XI: Directions in Immunobiology.
In: Mitogens in Immunobiology, (Eds.) J.J. Oppenheim and D.L. Rosenstreich, Academy Press, New York, pp. 663-702.

103. Watson, J., Riblet, R., Cohn, M., Skidmore, B.J., Chiller, J.M. and Weigle, W.O. (1976)
The mitogenic activity of bacterial lipopolysaccharide as a probe for T-cell function.
In: Mitogens in Immunobiology, Topic V. Mitogenic Cell Products. (Eds.) J.J. Oppenheim and D.L. Rosenstreich, Academy Press, New York, pp. 245-260.

104. Stallcup, W.B. and Cohn, M. (1976)
Correlation of surface antigens and cell type in cloned cell line from the rat central nervous system.
Exp. Cell. Res. 98: 285-297.

105. Stallcup, W.B. and Cohn, M. (1976)
Electrical properties of a clonal cell line as determined by measurement of ion fluxes.
Exp. Cell. Res. 98 :277-284.

106. Geckeler, W., Blomberg, B., de Preval, C. and Cohn, M. (1977)
On the genetic dissection of a specific humoral immune response to a(1,3) dextran.
Cold Spring Harbor Symposium Quant. Biol. 41: 743-748.

107. Bulloch, K., Stallcup, W.B. and Cohn, M. (1977)
The derivation and characterization of neuronal cell lines from rat and mouse brains.
Brain Res. 135: 25-36.

108. Coffman, R. and Cohn, M. (1977)
The class of surface immunoglobulin on virgin and memory B-lymphocytes.
J. Immunol. 118: 1806-1815.

109. Cohn, M. and Epstein, R. (1977)
Characterization of an inhibitory allogeneic effect on humoral responsiveness in vitro.
Scand. J. Immunol. 6: 39-58.

110. Geckeler, W. and Cohn, M. (1977)
Control over expression of l-1 chain.
Immunogenetics 5: 518-519.

111. Bulloch, K., Stallcup, W.B. and Cohn, M. (1978)
A new method for the establishment of neuronal cell lines from the mouse brain.
Life Sci. 22: 495-504.

112. Cohn, M. (1978)
In Memoriam to Jacques Monod.
In: The Operon, (Eds.) J.H. Miller and W.S. Reznikoff, Cold Spr. Harbor Lab., New York, pp. 1-9.

113. Epstein, R. and Cohn, M. (1978)
T-cell inhibition of humoral responsiveness. I. Experimental evidence for restriction by the K- and/or D-end of the H-2 gene complex.
Cell. Immunol. 39: 110-124.

114. Cohn, M. and Epstein, R. (1978)
T-cell inhibition of humoral responsiveness. II. Theory on the role of restrictive recognition in immune regulation.
Cell. Immunol. 39: 125-153.

115. Geckeler, W., Faversham, J. and Cohn, M. (1978)
On a regulatory gene controlling the expression of the murine l-1 light chain.
J. Exp. Med. 148: 1122-1136.

116. Geckeler, W., Raschke, W.C., DiPauli, R. and Cohn, M. (1978)
Mouse 1 hybridomas.
In: Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. Lymphocyte Hybridomas, Vol. 81, (Eds.) F. Melchers, M. Potter and N. Warner, Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 140-141.

117. Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1978) (Abstract)
Evaluation of the efficiency of immune surveillance in mice.
Fed. Proc. 37(6): 1280. Abstract 62.

118. Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1978)
Transformed cell lines susceptible or resistant to in vivo surveillance against tumorigenesis. Nature 276: 510-511.

119. Cohn, M. (1979)
Burnet, Lysogeny and Creativity.
In: The Walter & Eliza Hall Inst. of Medical Research Annual Review 1978-1979, Special Vol.: A Tribute to Sir Macfarlane Burnet, pp. 9-13.

120. Cohn, M. (1979)
In Memoriam to Jacques Monod.
In: Origins of Molecular Biology, (Eds.) A. Lwoff and A. Ullmann, Academy Press, New York, pp. 75-87.

121. de Preval, C., Blomberg, B. and Cohn, M. (1979)
Determination of the kappa anti-a(1-3) dextran immune response difference by a gene(s) in the Vk-locus of mice.
J. Exp. Med. 149: 1265-1270.

122. Stallcup, W.B. and Cohn, M. (1979)
Cell-specific antisera as reagents for studying the nervous system.
Trends in Neurosci. 2: 20-23.

123. Cohn, M., Langman, R.E. and Geckeler, W. (1980)
Diversity 1980.
In: Immunology 1980: Progress in Immunology IV (4th Intl. Congress of Immunology), (Eds.) M. Fougereau and J. Dausset, Academy Press, New York, pp. 153-201.

124. Collins, J.L., Patek, P.Q. and Cohn, M. (1980)
Cancer: A problem in somatic cell evolution.
In: Contemporary Topics in Immunobiology, Vol. 11, (Ed.) N.L. Warner, Plenum Press, New York, pp. 1-79.

125. Giotta, G.J. and Cohn, M. (1980)
Expression of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) in a Rous sarcoma virus transformed cerebellar cell line.
Fed. Proc. 39(6): 2948, 1980. Abstract.

126. Giotta, G.J., Heitzmann, J.G. and Cohn, M. (1980)
Properties of two temperature-sensitive Rous sarcoma virus transformed cerebellar cell lines. Brain Res. 202: 445-458.

127. Cohn, M. (1981)
Conversations with Niels Kaj Jerne on immune regulation: Associative versus network recognition.
Cell. Immunol. 61: 425-436.

128. Cohn, M. (1981)
Pinch hitting for Hans Wigzell.
In: Immunoglobulin Idiotypes and Their Expression, ICN-UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. XX, (Eds.) C. Janeway, E. Sercarz, H. Wigzell and C.F. Fox, Academy Press, New York, pp. 831-849.

129. Collins, J.L., Patek, P.Q. and Cohn, M. (1981)
Tumorigenicity and lysis by natural killers.
J. Exp. Med. 153: 89-106.

130. Giotta, G.J. and Cohn, M. (1981)
The expression of glial fibrillary acidic protein in a rat cerebellar cell line.
J. Cell. Physiol. 107: 219-230.

131. Heitzmann, J.G., Giotta, G. and Cohn, M. (1981)
Monoclonal antibodies and the identification of cerebellar cell lines.
In: Monoclonal Antibodies to Neural Antigens, Cold Spring Harbor Reports in the Neurosci. Vol. 2, (Eds.) R. McKay, M. Raff and L. Reichardt, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. 51-60.

132. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1981)
Why the MHC is important to the immune system.
Transp. Vol. XIII, 4: 1797-1799.

133. Brauer, S., Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Different effectors and effector mechanism are involved in the natural cell-mediated lysis of lymphoid and fibroblast targets.
In: B- and T-Cell Tumors: Biological and Clinical Aspects, UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. XXIV, (Eds.) E. Vitetta and C.F. Fox, Academy Press, New York, pp. 155-159.

134. Cohn, M. (1982)
Le Système Immunitaire: d'un Babil a Babel.
Bulletin de l'Institut Pasteur, 80: 343-380.

135. Cohn, M. (1982)
An introduction to "Le Pap"
Cell. Immunol. 66: 11-16.

136. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1982)
The T-cell receptor: Multitudes in the valley of decision.
Behring Inst. Mitt. 70: 219-241.

137. Collins, J.L., Patek, P.Q. and Cohn, M. (1982)
In vivo surveillance of tumorigenic cells transformed in vitro.
Nature, 299: 169-171.

138. Giotta, G.J. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Derivation of neural cell lines with Rous sarcoma virus.
In: Neuroscience Approached Through Cell Culture, Vol. I, (Ed.) S.E. Pfeiffer, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 203-225.

139. Giotta, G.J., Heitzmann, J.G. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Immunological identification of cerebellar cell lines.
Dev. Brain Res. 4: 209-221.

140. Giotta, G.J. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Neural markers of cerebellar cell lines. Neurosci. (Suppl) 7: S82. Abstract

141. Patek, P.Q. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Transformation, surveillance and NK lysis.
Fed. Proc. 41(3): 4982.

142. Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1982)
Activity and dexamethasone sensitivity of natural cytotoxic cell subpopulations.
Cell. Immunol. 72: 113-121.

143. Claverie, J-M. and Cohn, M. (1983)
T-lymphoma variants with specifically altered growth in semi-solid media.
Intl. J. Cancer 32: 641-643.

144. Cohn, M. (1983)
The T-cell receptor mediating restrictive recognition of antigen.
Cell 33: 657-669.

145. Cohn, M. (1983)
Has this Augean stable met its Hercules?
Immunol. Today 4: 93-94.

146. Cohn, M. (1983)
Remarks in Nobel Symposium Discussions.
In "Genetics of the Immune Response", (Eds.) E. Moller and G. Moller, Plenum Press, London [(see discussions throughout the book) 315 pp.]

147. Cohn, M. (1983)
Antibody diversity 1983: Some elementary considerations.
In: Progress in Immunology V. (Eds.) Y. Yamamura and T. Tada, Academy Press, Orlando, FL, pp. 839-851.

148. Epstein, R., Lehmann, K. and Cohn, M. (1983)
Induction of l1-immunoglobulin is determined by a regulatory gene (rl1) linked (or identical) to the structural (cl1) gene.
J. Exp. Med. 157: 1681-1686.

149. Heitzmann, J.G. and Cohn, M. (1983)
Production of stable human-human hybridomas at high frequency.
In: Monoclonal Antibodies and Cancer (Proceedings of the 4th Armand Hammer Cancer Symposium.), (Eds.) B. Boss, R.E. Langman, I.S. Trowbridge and R. Dulbecco, Academy Press, Orlando, FL, pp. 157-162.

150. Heitzmann, J.G. and Cohn, M. (1983)
The WI-L2-729-HF2 human hybridoma system: Stable hybrids at high frequency.
Mol. Biol. Med. 1: 235-243.

151. Lin, Y., Collins, J.L., Patek, P.Q. and Cohn, M. (1983)
An analysis of the sensitivity of somatic cell hybrids to natural killer cell- and natural cytotoxic cell-mediated lysis.
J. Immunol. 131: 1154-1159.

152. Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1983)
Evidence that cytotoxic T-cells and natural cytotoxic cells use different lytic mechanisms to lyse the same targets.
Eur. J. Immunol. 13: 433-436.

153. Weiss, S., Lehmann, K. and Cohn, M. (1983)
Monoclonal antibodies to murine immunoglobulin isotypes.
Hybridoma 2: 49-54.

154. Epstein, R., Lehmann, K., Cohn, M., Buckler, C., Rowe, W. and Davisson, M. (1984)
Linkage of the Igl-1 structural and regulatory genes to Akv-2 on chromosome 16.
Immunogen. 19: 527-537.

155. Kappler, J.W., Roehm, N., Haskins, K., Hannum, C., Herron, L., Kubo, R., Cambier, J., Epstein, R., Cohn, M., Taylor B. and Marrack, P. (1984)
Expression of the antigen specific, major histocompatibility complex restricted receptor on T-cells.
In: Regulation of the Immune System, (Eds.) E. Sercarz, H. Cantor and L. Chess. Alan R. Liss, New York, pp. 377-388.

156. Weiss, S., Lehmann, K., Raschke, W.C. and Cohn, M. (1984)
Mice completely suppressed for the expression of immunoglobulin k light chain.
Proc. Natl. Academy Sci. USA, 81: 211-215.

157. Tittle, T.V. and Cohn, M. (1984)
Activation requirements for the BALB/c kappa anti-a(1,3) response.
Fed. Proc. 43(6): 1674. Abstract.

158. Cohn, M. (1985)
Why Lymphokines?
In: Lymphokines: B-Cell Growth and Differentiation, Volume X, (Eds.) K. Smith and M.H. Schreier, Academy Press, New York, pp. 201-223.

159. Cohn, M. (1985)
What are the "must" elements of immune responsiveness?
In: Neural Modulations of Immunity, (Eds.) R. Guillemin, M. Cohn and T. Melnechuk, Raven Press, New York, pp. 3-25.

160. Cohn, M. (1985)
Diversity in the immune system: "Preconceived ideas" or ideas preconceived.
Biochimie, 67:9-27.

161. Epstein, R., Roehm, N., Marrack, P., Kappler, J., Davis, M., Hedrick, S. and Cohn, M. (1985)
Genetic markers of the antigen-specific T-cell receptor locus.
J. Exp. Med. 161: 1219-1224.

162. Gersten, M.J. and Cohn, M. (1985)
A defined basal medium for study of in vitro T-cell responses.
Cell. Immunol. 91: 143-158.

163. Knobler, R.L., Linthicum, D.S. and Cohn, M. (1985)
Host genetic regulation of acute MHV-4 viral encephalomyelitis and acute experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis in (BALB/c x SJL/J) recombinant-inbred mice.
J. Neuroimmunol. 8: 15-28.

164. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1985)
T-cells function via restricted recognition of antigen, not antigen restricted recognition. Cell. Immunol. 94: 598-608.

165. Lin, Y., Patek, P.Q., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1985)
Analysis of immune surveillance of sequentially derived cell lines that differ in their tumorigenic potential.
J. Natl. Cancer Inst. 74: 1025-1030.

166. Sakano, T., Wilbur, S.M., Bonavida, B. and Cohn, M. (1985)
Non-H-2-linked control of in vivo growth of SJL/J-derived reticulum cell sarcoma in recombinant inbred strains between BALB/cKe and SJL/J mice.
J. Natl. Cancer Inst. 75: 669-673.

167. Tittle, T.V., Mawle, A. and Cohn, M. (1985)
Immunogenicity of a synthetic glucosyl-a(1,3)-glucosyl protein conjugant.
J. Immunol. 135: 2582-2588.

168. Weiss, S., Lehmann, K. and Cohn, M. (1985)
A monoclonal l-1-bearing anti-dextran antibody from a l-defective mouse strain. Eur. J. Immunol. 15: 768-772.

169. Cohn, M. (1986)
Idiotype network views of immune regulation: For whom the bell tolls.
In: Idiotypy & Medicine, (Ed.) J.D. Capra, Academy Press, New York, pp. 321-399.

170. Cohn, M. (1986)
The concept of functional idiotype network for immune regulation mocks all and comforts none.
Ann. Inst. Pasteur/Immunol. 137C: 64-76.

171. Cohn, M. (1986)
Comments for 10th Forum on Immunology, "Is the immune system a functional idiotypic network?"
Ann. Inst. Pasteur/Immunol. 137C: 173-188.

172. Collins, J.L., Patek, P.Q., Lin, Y. and Cohn M. (1986)
The cloned cell line L10A2.J expresses natural cytotoxic activity.
Cell. Immunol. 103: 191-198.

173. Epstein, R., Davisson, M., Lehmann, K. and Cohn, M. (1986)
Position of the Igl-1-locus, md, and bst on chromosome 16 of the mouse.
Immunogenetics. 23: 78-83.

174. Epstein, R., Sham, G., Womack, J., Yague, J., Palmer, E. and Cohn, M. (1986)
The cytotoxic T-cell response to the male-specific histocompatibility antigen (H-Y) is controlled by two dominant immune-response genes, one in the MHC, the other in the TCRa-locus.
J. Exp. Med. 163: 759-773.

175. Heitzmann, J.G., Blomberg, B. and Cohn, M. (1986)
The WI-L2-729-HF2 human hybridoma system: Arrangement of human lambda genes in monoclonal hybrids.
Mol. Biol. Med. 3: 339-350.

176. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1986)
The "complete" idiotype network is an absurd immune system.
Immunol. Today. 7(4): 100-101.

177. Patek, P.Q., Yin, L., Collins, J.L. and Cohn, M. (1986)
In vivo and in vitro selection for resistance to natural cytotoxic cell lysis selects for variants with increased tumorigenicity.
J. Immunol. 136: 741-745.

178. Tittle, T.V. and Cohn, M. (1986)
A characterization of the BALB/c lambda and kappa class antibodies to a(1,3) glycoside linkages.
Cell. Immunol. 98: 444-452.

179. Cohn, M. (1987)
The ground rules determining any solution to the problem of the self/nonself discrimination.
 In: Proceedings of the EMBO Workshop on Tolerance held at the Basel Institute for Immunology, 20-26 October 1986, (Eds.). P. Matzinger, M. Flajnik, H-G. Ramensee, G. Stockinger, T. Rolink and L. Nicklin. Editiones (Roche), Basle, Switzerland, pp. 3-35.

180. Cohn, M. (1987)
Is T-cell help involved in establishment of tolerance? Theory and experiment.
In: Proceedings of the EMBO Workshop on Tolerance held at the Basel Institute for Immunology, 20-26 October 1986, (Eds.). P. Matzinger, M. Flajnik, H.-G. Ramensee, G. Stockinger, T. Rolink and L. Nicklin. Editiones (Roche), Basle, Switzerland, pp. 58-72.

181. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1987)
The E-T (elephant-tadpole) paradox necessitates the concept of a unit of B-cell function: The Protecton.
Mol. Immunol. 24: 675-697.

182. Gersten, MJ and M Cohn (1987)
T Cell Responses Studied in a Basal Serum-Free Medium.
Methods Enzymol. 150: 129-133.

183. Knobler, RL, FD Lublin, D Linthicum, M Cohn, RD Melvold, HL Lipton, BA Taylor, WG Beamer. (1987)
Genetic regulation of susceptibility and severity of demyelination.
Ann NY Academy of Science 540: 735-737.

184. Cohn, M. (1988)
The Legacy of Luigi Gorini.
In: Gene expression and regulation: The legacy of Luigi Gorini, Proceedings of the Symposium, Gene '87, Milan, Italy. (Eds.) Mina Bissell, Gianni Dehò Gianpierro Sironi and Annamaria Torriani, Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, pp. 375-382.

185. Cohn, M. (1989)
The a priori principles which govern immune responsiveness.
 In: Cellular Basis of Immune Modulation, Eds. J.G. Kaplan, D.R. Green, R.C., Bleakley, Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 11-44.

186. Cohn, M. (1989)
The way it was.
Biochimica Biophysica Acta, 1000: 109-112.

187. Cohn, M. (1989)
Forward: Clippings from one immunologist's journal.
In: The Immune System, R.E. Langman, Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. xiii-xlvi.

188. Nakamura RM, Y Goto, M Cohn, T Asano, S. Yamamoto, T Tokunaga. (1989)
Genetic control and suppression of granulomatous inflammation induced by Mycobacteria.
In: Basic Mechanisms of Granulomatous Inflammation. (Eds.) T Yoshida and M Torisu. Elsevier Science Publishers, New York, NY. pp.83-102.

189. Cohn, M. (1990)
Jottings on Mitchison's I-See-What-I-Believe Immune System.
In: Cell to Cell Interaction, (Eds.) M.M. Burger, B. Sordat and R.M. Zinkernagel, Karger, Basel, pp. 215-231.

190. Cohn, M. (1990)
A closing clarification consequent to Av Mitchison's rebuttal. In: Cell to Cell Interaction, (Eds.) M.M. Burger, B. Sordat and R.M. Zinkernagel, Karger, Basel, pp. 235-237.

191. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1990)
The Protecton: The evolutionarily selected unit of humoral immunity.
Immunol. Reviews 115: 11-147.

192. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1990)
Commentary II: A Commentary on "How many signals are enough?" as analyzed by N. R. StC. Sinclair. Cell Immunol. 130: 213-223.

193. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1990)
Commentary IV: We respond to each of Sinclair's points.
Cell. Immunol. 130: 229-235.

194. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1991)
Has Immunoglobulin Come To A Sticky End?
Scand. J. Immunol. 33: 99-109.

195. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1991)
Rebuttal of argument that B cell Ig is non-signalling.
Scand. J. Immunol. 33: 117-118.

196. Ying, L, Divis, S.-J., Langman, R., Epstein, R. and Cohn, M. (1991)
Is the establishing of tolerance to self obligatorily MHC-restricted?
Immunol. Letters 31: 21-26.

197. Epstein-Baak, R., Lin, Y., Bradshaw, V. and Cohn, M. (1992)
Inducible transformation of cells from transgenic mice expressing SV40 under Lac operon control. Cell Growth & Diff. 3: 127-134.

198. Lin, Y., Langman, R.E., and Cohn, M. (1992)
The priming of cytotoxic T-cell precursors is strictly helper T cell-dependent.,
Scand. J. Immunol. 35: 621-626.

199. Cohn, M. (1992)
The self-nonself discrimination: Reconstructing a cabbage from sauerkraut.
Research in Immunology 143: 323-334.

200. Cohn, M. (1992)
Comments on session entitled "Clonal Deletion and Anergy: From Models to Reality" at the 47th Forum in Immunology (1992)".
Research in Immunology 143: 345-367.

201. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1992)
How might the κ/λ ratio expressed by antigen-unselected B cells be explained? - Intro to 47th Forum in Immunology.
Research in Immunology 143: 803-811.

202. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1992)
Discussion, Response to Wu and Ransden, Coleclough, and Concluding Remarks re. "What determines the k/l ratio" at the 47th Forum in Immunology.
Research in Immunology 143: 824-839.

203. Langman, R.E. and Cohn (1992)
What is the selective pressure that maintains the gene loci encoding the antigen-receptors of T- and B-cells? A hypothesis.
Immunol. Cell Biol., 70: 397-404.

204. Cohn, M. (1993)
In Memoriam: Dr. Maurice Landy (1913-1993).
Cell. Immunology 152: 1-6.

205. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1993)
A reply to Fuchs' comments on two signal models of lymphocyte activation.
Immunol. Today 14: 235-237

206. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1993)
No data yet show that the nervous system can contribute to the self/nonself discrimination by the immune system.
Advances The Journal of Mind-Body Health 9: 39-50.

207. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1993)
A theory of the ontogeny of the chicken humoral immune system: The consequences of diversification by gene hyperconversion and its extension to rabbit.
Res. Immunol. 144: 422-446.

208. Cohn, M. (1994)
The Wisdom of Hindsight. Preface Chapter for Vol. 12.
Ann. Rev. Immunol. 12: 1-62.

209. Cohn, M. (1994)
In defense of Uncertainty.
J. NIH. Res. 6: 20-23.

210. Cohn, M. (1995)
Reflections on receiving the 1995 Sandoz Prize.
The Immunologist 3: 254-255.

211. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1995)
The proportion of B-cell subsets expressing κ and λ light chains changes following antigenic selection.
Immunol. Today 16(3): 141-144.

212. Langman RE, and Cohn M. (1996)
Reply to Takeda et al. : The κ and λ ratio of immature B cells.
Immunology Today 17: 200-201.

213. Cohn, M. (1996)
The Two-Signal Model and 'Self'-Reactivity: Are they really compatible? A reply to Faro & Carneiro.
Scand. J. Immunol. 43: 1-5.

214. Cohn, M. (1996)
The Two-Signal Model and 'Self'-Reactivity: Are they really compatible? A reply to Faro & Carneiro.
Scand. J. Immunol. 43: 8.

215. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1996)
A short history of time and space in immune discrimination.
Scand. J. Immunol. 44: 544-548.

216. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1996)
Terra Ferma : A step back from 'danger'.
J. Immunol. 157: 4273-4276.

217. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (1996)
The Immune System: A look from a distance.
Frontiers in Bioscience 1: 318-323.

218. Cohn, M. (1997)
Some thoughts on the response to antigens that are effector T-helper independent ("thymus-independence").
Scand. J. Immunol.46: 565-571.

219. Cohn, M. (1997)
A new concept of immune specificity emerges from a consideration of the self-nonself discrimination.
Cell. Immunol. 181: 103-108.

220. Langman, R.E. & Cohn, M. (1997)
A short history of time and space in immune discrimination: Reply to the commentaries.
Scand. J. Immunol. 46: 113-116.

221. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1997)
The essential self.
Immunol. Reviews 159: 214-217.

222. Cohn, M. (1998)
At the feet of the Master: The search for universalities. Divining the evolutionary selection pressures that resulted in an immune system.
Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 80: 54-60.

223. Cohn, M. (1998)
The self-nonself discrimination in the context of function.
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 19: 475-484.

224. Cohn, M. (1998)
The self-nonself discrimination in the context of function. A reply to Tauber.
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 19: 495-504.

225. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1999)
Away with words: Commentary on the Atlan-Cohen essay "Immune information, self-organization and meaning."
Int. Immunol. 11: 865-870.

226. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (1999)
The standard model of T-cell receptor function: A critical reassessment.
Scand. J. Immunol. 49: 570-577.

227. Cohn, M. (2000)
The biology of recognitive repertoires.
Immunol. Today, 21: 433-435.

228. Langman, R.E. and M. Cohn (2000)
Editorial Introduction: The First Gulbenkian Symposium on the Immune system held in Arrabida, Portugal on 9-12 April 2000.
Seminars inImmunology, 12: 159-162.

229. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (2000)
A minimal model for the Self-Nonself discrimination: A return to the basics. The First Gulbenkian Symposium on the Immune system held in Arrabida, Portugal on 9-12 April 2000. Seminars in Immunology, 12: 189-195.

230. Cohn, M. (2001)
Logic of the self-nonself discrimination: principles and history.
In: Dialogues with Selves. Historical Issues and Contemporary Debates in Immunology, (Eds.) Alberto Cambrosio and Anne Marie Moulin, Editions Scientifiques et Medicales, Elsevier Publishing Ltd, France, pp. 53-85.

231. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (2002)
Introduction: Haplotype exclusion at the immunoglobulin loci: What, how and why.
Seminars in Immunology 14: 141-142

232. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (2002)
Missing views on haplotype exclusion.
Seminars in Immunology 14: 143-144.

233. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (2002)
Haplotype exclusion: the solution to a problem in natural selection.
Seminars in Immunology 14: 153-162.

234. Langman, RE and M. Cohn (2002)
Second round commentary January 2002.
Seminars in Immunology, 14: 217–228.

235. Langman, RE and M. Cohn (2002)
Third round commentary for Ratcliffe and Pike.
Seminars in Immunology, 14: 235–236. 

236. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E., Editors (2002)
Editorial closing commentary; Haplotype and isotype exclusion: How and Why?
Seminars in Immunol. 14: 247. 

237. Cohn, M. and Langman, R.E. (2002)
To be or not to be ridded? – That is the question addressed by the associative antigen model. Scand. J. Immunol. 55: 318-323.

238. Cohn, M. (2002)
The immune system: A weapon of mass destruction invented by evolution to even the odds during the war of the DNAs.
Immunol. Reviews 185: 24-38.

239. Langman, R.E. and Cohn, M. (2002)
If the immune repertoire is large, random, and somatically generated, then....
Cell. Immunol. 216: 15-22.

240. Cohn, M., Langman, R.E. and Mata, J. (2002)
A computerized model for the self-nonself discrimination at the level of the T-helper (Th genesis). I. The origin of "primer" effector T-helper cells.
Intl. Immunology 14: 1105-1112.

241. Cohn, M. (2002)
Rodney Eric Langman: In Memoriam.
Scand. J. Immunol. 56: 665-666

242. Langman, R.E., Mata, J. and Cohn, M. (2003)
A computerized model for the self-nonself discrimination at the level of the T-helper (Th genesis) II. The behavior of the system upon encounter with nonself antigens.
Int. Immunol. 15: 593-609.

243. Cohn, M. (2003)
Tritope model of restrictive recognition by the TCR.
Trends in Immunol. 24: 127-131.

244. Cohn, M. (2003)
Does complexity belie a simple decision-on the Efroni and Cohen critique of the minimal model for a self-nonself discrimination.
Cell. Immunol. 221: 138-142.

245. Cohn, M. (2004)
Distinguishing the Tritope from the Interaction Antigen models.
Trends in Immunology 25: 8-9.

246. Cohn, M. (2004)
An alternative to current thinking about positive selection, negative selection and activation of T-cells.
Immunol. 111: 375-380.

247. Cohn, M. (2004)
If the "adaptive" immune system can recognize a significant portion of the pathogenic universe to which the "innate" immune system is blind, then...
Scand. J. Immunol. 60: 1-2.

248. Cohn, M. (2004)
A response to Dembic: Does the immune system reject the harmful, protect the useful and neglect the rest? Scand. J. Immunol. 60: 6-7.

249. Cohn, M. (2004)
Whither T-suppressors: If they didn't exist would we have to invent them?
Cell. Immunol. 227: 81-92.

250. Cohn, M. (2005)
Degeneracy, Mimicry and crossreactivity in immune recognition.
Mol. Immunol. 42: 651-655.

251. Cohn, M. (2005)
A biological context for the self-nonself discrimination and the regulation of effector class by the immune system.

Immunologic Res. 31: 133-150.

252. Cohn, M. (2005)
The common sense of the self-nonself discrimination.
Springer Seminars in Immunopathology 27: 3-17.

253. Cohn, M. (2005)
The Tritope model for restrictive recognition of antigen by T-cells: I. What assumptions about structure are needed to explain function?
Mol. Immunol. 42: 1419-1443.

254. Cohn, M. (2005)
A commentary on the Zinkernagel-Hengartner "Credo 2004."
Scand. J. Immunol. 61: 477-484 (and Erratum Scand. J. Immunol. 62: 183. 2005).

255. Cohn, M. (2005)
On the responses of Zinkernagel & Hengartner: An invitation to join the fray.
Scand. J. Immunol. 62: 99-102.

256. Cohn, M. (2006)
What are the commonalities governing the behavior of immune recognitive repertoires?
Dev. & Comp. Immunol. 30: 19-42.

257. Cohn, M. (2006)
On the logic of positive selection.
Immunology 117: 452-453.

258. Cohn, M. (2006)
On "Credo 2004" as viewed under the "Development-Context" model of Colin Anderson. Scand. J. Immunol. 64: 97-103.

259. Cohn, M. (2006)
Does the signal for the activation of T cells originate from the antigen-presenting cell or the effector T-helper?
Cell. Immunol. 241: 1-6.

260. Cohn, M. (2007)
Conceptualizing the self-nonself discrimination by the vertebrate immune system.
In: In Silico Immunology. (Eds.) J. Timmis and D. Flower, Springer, New York, pp. 385-407.

261. Cohn, M. (2007)
On a key postulate of T-cell receptor restrictive function:
The V-gene loci act as a single pool encoding recognition of the polymorphic alleles of the species major histocompatibility complex.
Immunol. 120: 140-142.

262. Mata, J. and Cohn, M. (2007)
Cellular automata-based modeling program: synthetic immune system.
Immunological Revs. 216: 198-212.

263. Cohn, Melvin, Mitchison, N. Av, Paul, William E., Silverstein, Arthur, M., Talmage, David W. and Weigert, Martin (2007)
Viewpoint: Reflections on the clonal-selection theory.
Nature Reviews/ Immunology 7: 823-830.

264. Cohn, M. (2007)
Editorial for "Breakthroughs in immunology."
Eur. J. Immunol. 37:S1-S2.

265. Cohn, M. and Mata, J., Editors (2007)
Quantitative modeling of immune responses.
Immunological Revs. 216: 5-8.

266. Cohn, M. and Mata, J. (2008)
Introduction: Theories and modeling of T cell behaviour.
Mol. Immunol. 45: 581-582.

267. Cohn, M. (2008)
The Tritope model for restrictive recognition of antigen by T‑cells: II. Implications for ontogeny, evolution and physiology.
Mol. Immunol. 45: 632-652.

268. Cohn, M. (2008)
An in depth analysis of the concept of "polyspecificity" assumed to characterize TCR/BCR recognition.
Immunol. Res. 40: 128-147.

269. Cohn, M. (2008)
A hypothesis accounting for the paradoxical expression of the D gene segment in the BCR and the TCR.
Eur. J. Immunol. 38: 1779-1787.

270. Cohn, M. (2008)
What does the T-cell receptor recognize when it docks on an MHC-encoded restricting element? Mol. Immunol. 45: 3264-3267.

271. Cohn, M. (2008)
A rationalized set of default postulates that permit a coherent description of the immune system amenable to computer modeling.
Scand. J. Immunol. 68: 371-380.

272. Cohn, M. (2008)
What roles do regulatory T-cells play in the control of the adaptive immune response?
Intl. Immunol. 20: 1107-1118.

273. Cohn, M. (2009)
How does the immune response get started?
Cell. Immunol. 254: 91-93.

274. Cohn, M. (2009)
Why rethink the structure-function relationships regulating TCR behavior?
Current Trends in Immunol. 10: 105-111.

275. Cohn, M. (2009)
On the opposing views of the self-nonself discrimination
by the immune system.
Immunol. Cell. Biol. 87: 113-121.

276. Cohn, M. (2009)
A reply to Dembic: On an end to the beginning of misunderstanding the immune response. Scand. J. Immunol. 69: 302-305.

277. Cohn, M. (2009)
The discussion with Jacques Miller: Illustrating the limitations of pure empiricism. Immunol. and Cell Biology- 87: 435-437.

278. Cohn, M. (2009)
On the critique by Colin Anderson of "A Reply to Dembic: On an end to the beginning of misunderstanding the immune response."
Scand. J. Immunol. 70: 1-9.

279. Cohn, M. (2009)
Why Aire? Compensating for late bloomers.
Eur. J. Immunol. 39: 2969-2972.

280. Cohn, M. (2010)
The evolutionary context for a self-nonself discrimination.
Cell Mol. Life Sciences 67: 2851-2862.

281. Cohn, M. (2011)
On the logic of restrictive recognition of peptide by the T-cell antigen receptor.
Immunol. Res., 50: 49-68.

282. Cohn, M. (2012)
Ten experiments that would make a difference in understanding immune mechanisms.
Cell. and Mol. Life Sciences, 69: 405-412, and Anderson's comments: 413-416.

283. Cohn, M. (2012)
Reply to Anderson's commentary on "Ten experiments that would make a difference in understanding immune mechanisms".
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 69: 417-422.

284. Cohn, M. (2012)
Allorestriction should be distinguished from alloreactivity.
European J. Immunology, 42: 39-44.

285. Cohn, M. (2012)
Meanderings into the regulation of effector class by the immune system: Derivation of the trauma model.
Scand. J. Immunol. 76: 77-88.

286. Cohn, M. (2012)
Musings about regulation by T-suppressors: A response to the commentary by Kristofor Ellestad on "Meanderings into the regulation of effector class by the immune system: Derivation of the trauma model".
Scand. J. Immunol. 76: 92-98.

287. Cohn, M. (2012)
What is so special about thinking; after all, we all do it!
Experimental and Molecular Pathology, 93: 354-364.

288. Cohn, M. (2013)
Challenging the Tritope model of T-cell receptor structure-function relationships with classical data on "super" and "allo-MHC" antigens.
Scand. J. Immunol. 78: 313-324.

289. Cohn, M. (2014)
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. 71: 2033-2045.

290. Cohn, M. (2014)
The Institut Pasteur attic dwellers: their origins, their paths to discovery.
Res. Microbiol. 165: 318-324.

291. Cohn, M. (2015)
Autoimmunity: rationalizing possible pathways from initiation to disease.
J. Theor. Biol. 375: 40-51.

 292. Cohn, M. (2015)
Thoughts engendered by Bretscher's two step, two signal model for a peripheral self-nonself discrimination and the origin of primer effector T-helpers. Scand. J. Immunol. 81: 87-95.

293. Cohn M. (2015)
Analysis of Paris meeting redefining the "Self" of the immune system.
Immunol. Res. 62: 106-124.

294. Cohn, M. (2015).
What would Treg-cell biology look like when viewed from a rationalized perspective?
Eur. J. Immunol 45: 3002-3009.

295. Cohn, M. (2015).
Two unresolved problems facing models of the self-nonself discrimination.
J. Theor. Biol. 387: 31-38.

296. Cohn, M. (2015)
Rationalizing thymic selection for functional T-cells: a commentary.
Cell. Immunol. 298: 83–87.

297. Cohn, M. (2016)
Thoughts about positive selection in thymus. Scand. J. Immunol. 83: 303-310.

298. Cohn, M. (2016)
Contemplating Bretscher's view that the Tritope model is "implausible".
Scand. J. Immunol. 84: 139-145.

299. Cohn, M. (2016)
Dissecting the two models of TCR structure-function relationships.
Immunol. Res. 64: 795-803.

300. Cohn, M. (2017)
Core principles characterizing immune function
Eur. J. Immunol. 47: 35-40.

301. Cohn, M. (2017)
Learning from a contemporary history of immunology.
Immunol. Res. 65: 573-579.

302. Cohn, M. (2017)
Signaling interactions predicted by the Tritope model of the TCR
Immunol. Res. 65: 977-981.

303. Cohn, M. (2017)
A commentary on a workshop "to reveal the foundational concepts of immune regulation" (i.e., tolerance).
Scand. J. Immunol. 85: 312-320.

304. Cohn, M. (2017)
Giving Context to Non-self-marker Theories of Immune Responsiveness.
Scand. J. Immunol. 86: 124-129.

305. Cohn, M. (2017)
An observation that illustrates most T-cell receptor structure-function
relationships.
Immunol. Res. 65: 1095-1098.

306. Cohn, M. (2018)
History of Antibody Workshops.
Immunol. Res. 66: 1-5

307. Cohn, M. (2018)
Somatic diversification of the B-cell repertoire requires two cell subsets.
Scand. J. Immunol. e12640. https://doi.org/10.1111/sji.12640

308. Cohn, M. (2018) TCR-MHC interactions: two peptide repertoires-one signal.
Scand. J. Immunol. e12700. https://doi.org/10.1111/sji.12700

309. Cohn, M. (2018) Rationalizing a path to a universal graft recipient.
Imm. Res. 66: 332-335

310. Cohn, M. (2018) Exploring the elements for a successful immune
offense against cancer. Exp. Mol. Path. 105: 213-215

311. Cohn, M. (2018) The real "danger" lies in the failure to confront fundamentals
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Education

BS, Physics, City College of New York
MA, Chemistry of Proteins, Columbia University
PhD, Biochemistry, New York University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France