Melvin Cohn

Conceptual Immunology Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, United States 
immune response
"Melvin Cohn"

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Alwin M. Pappenheimer, Jr grad student 1949 NYU
 (Studies on the Immunochemistry of the Chicken Egg White Proteins and of the Extracellular Proteins of Coryne-bacterium Diptheriae)
Jacques Lucien Monod post-doc 1949-1955 Institut Pasteur


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Robert L Coffman grad student 1976 UCSD (Stem Cell Tree)
Giuseppe M. Attardi post-doc 1957-1959 Washington University (Mycotree)
Martin G. Weigert research scientist Salk Institute
Edwin S. Lennox research scientist 1959 Washington University
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Cohn M. (2018) Exploring the elements for a successful immune offense against cancer. Experimental and Molecular Pathology. 105: 213-215
Cohn M. (2018) Somatic diversification of the B-cell repertoire requires two cell subsets. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology
Cohn M. (2017) A commentary on a workshop "to reveal the foundational concepts of immune regulation" (i.e., tolerance). Scandinavian Journal of Immunology
Cohn M. (2016) Core principles characterizing immune function. European Journal of Immunology
Cohn M. (2016) Dissecting the two models of TCR structure-function relationships. Immunologic Research
Cohn M. (2015) Two unresolved problems facing models of the Self-Nonself discrimination. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 387: 31-8
Cohn M. (2015) Rationalizing thymic selection for functional T-cells: A commentary. Cellular Immunology
Cohn M. (2015) What would Treg-cell biology look like when viewed from a rationalized perspective? European Journal of Immunology
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). Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : Cmls. 71: 2033-45
Cohn M. (2013) Challenging the Tritope Model of T cell receptor structure-function relationships with classical data on 'super' and 'allo-MHC' antigens. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology. 78: 313-24
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