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Profile Publications(63)

Publications By Nicholas Cohen

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GABA binding to an insect GABA receptor: a molecular dynamics and mutagenesis study., Ashby JA, McGonigle IV, Price KL, Cohen N, Comitani F, Dougherty DA, Molteni C, Lummis SC., Biophys J. November 21, 2012; 103 (10): 2071-81.

The genus Xenopus as a multispecies model for evolutionary and comparative immunobiology of the 21st century., Robert J, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. September 1, 2011; 35 (9): 916-23.

Neural-immune system interactions in Xenopus., Kinney KS, Cohen N., Front Biosci (Landmark Ed). January 1, 2009; 14 112-29.

Adaptive immunity and histopathology in frog virus 3-infected Xenopus., Robert J, Morales H, Buck W, Cohen N, Marr S, Gantress J., Virology. February 20, 2005; 332 (2): 667-75.

Mutation of critical GIRK subunit residues disrupts N- and C-termini association and channel function., Sarac R, Hou P, Hurley KM, Hriciste D, Cohen NA, Nelson DJ., J Neurosci. February 16, 2005; 25 (7): 1836-46.

Increased splenocyte mitogenesis following sympathetic denervation in Xenopus laevis., Kinney KS, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 2005; 29 (4): 287-93.

Anti-tumor MHC class Ia-unrestricted CD8 T cell cytotoxicity elicited by the heat shock protein gp96., Goyos A, Cohen N, Gantress J, Robert J., Eur J Immunol. September 1, 2004; 34 (9): 2449-58.

Xenopus as an experimental model for studying evolution of hsp--immune system interactions., Robert J, Gantress J, Cohen N, Maniero GD., Methods. January 1, 2004; 32 (1): 42-53.

Ontogeny of Xenopus NK cells in the absence of MHC class I antigens., Horton TL, Stewart R, Cohen N, Rau L, Ritchie P, Watson MD, Robert J, Horton JD., Dev Comp Immunol. September 1, 2003; 27 (8): 715-26.

Development and characterization of a model system to study amphibian immune responses to iridoviruses., Gantress J, Maniero GD, Cohen N, Robert J., Virology. July 5, 2003; 311 (2): 254-62.

Evolution of the immunomodulatory role of the heat shock protein gp96., Robert J, Cohen N, Maniero GD, Goyos A, Morales H, Gantress J., Cell Mol Biol (Noisy-le-grand). March 1, 2003; 49 (2): 263-75.

Bacterial stimulation upregulates the surface expression of the stress protein gp96 on B cells in the frog Xenopus., Morales H, Muharemagic A, Gantress J, Cohen N, Robert J., Cell Stress Chaperones. January 1, 2003; 8 (3): 265-71.

Identification and characterization of Xenopus CD8+ T cells expressing an NK cell-associated molecule., Rau L, Gantress J, Bell A, Stewart R, Horton T, Cohen N, Horton J, Robert J., Eur J Immunol. June 1, 2002; 32 (6): 1574-83.

Minor histocompatibility antigen-specific MHC-restricted CD8 T cell responses elicited by heat shock proteins., Robert J, Gantress J, Rau L, Bell A, Cohen N., J Immunol. February 15, 2002; 168 (4): 1697-703.

MHC-restricted and -unrestricted CD8 T cells: an evolutionary perspective., Rau L, Cohen N, Robert J., Transplantation. December 15, 2001; 72 (11): 1830-5.

In vitro thymocyte differentiation in MHC class I-negative Xenopus larvae., Robert J, Sung M, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. May 1, 2001; 25 (4): 323-36.

Phylogenetic conservation of the molecular and immunological properties of the chaperones gp96 and hsp70., Robert J, Ménoret A, Basu S, Cohen N, Srivastava PR., Eur J Immunol. January 1, 2001; 31 (1): 186-95.

Cell surface expression of the endoplasmic reticular heat shock protein gp96 is phylogenetically conserved., Robert J, Ménoret A, Cohen N., J Immunol. October 15, 1999; 163 (8): 4133-9.

In vitro differentiation of a CD4/CD8 double-positive equivalent thymocyte subset in adult Xenopus., Robert J, Cohen N., Int Immunol. April 1, 1999; 11 (4): 499-508.

Evolution of immune surveillance and tumor immunity: studies in Xenopus., Robert J, Cohen N., Immunol Rev. December 1, 1998; 166 231-43.

Ontogeny of CTX expression in xenopus., Robert J, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. September 1, 1998; 22 (5-6): 605-12.

Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) lymphocytes produce and are growth-inhibited by transforming growth factor-beta., Koniski A, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 1998; 22 (1): 91-102.

Antibody cross-linking of the thymocyte-specific cell surface molecule CTX causes abnormal mitosis and multinucleation of tumor cells., Robert J, Brown DM, Pasquier LD, Cohen N., Exp Cell Res. August 25, 1997; 235 (1): 227-37.

Effects of thymectomy and tolerance induction on tumor immunity in adult Xenopus laevis., Robert J, Guiet C, Cohen N, Du Pasquier L., Int J Cancer. January 27, 1997; 70 (3): 330-4.

Inhibition of an inward rectifier potassium channel (Kir2.3) by G-protein betagamma subunits., Cohen NA, Sha Q, Makhina EN, Lopatin AN, Linder ME, Snyder SH, Nichols CG., J Biol Chem. December 13, 1996; 271 (50): 32301-5.

Sympathetic innervation of the amphibian spleen: developmental studies in Xenopus laevis., Kinney KS, Felten SY, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 1996; 20 (1): 51-9.

Cloning and expression of two brain-specific inwardly rectifying potassium channels., Bredt DS, Wang TL, Cohen NA, Guggino WB, Snyder SH., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. July 18, 1995; 92 (15): 6753-7.

Noradrenergic and peptidergic innervation of the amphibian spleen: comparative studies., Kinney KS, Cohen N, Felten SY., Dev Comp Immunol. November 1, 1994; 18 (6): 511-21.

MHC restriction of T-cell proliferative responses in Xenopus., Harding FA, Flajnik MF, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. September 1, 1993; 17 (5): 425-37.

Further characterization of an interleukin-2-like cytokine produced by Xenopus laevis T lymphocytes., Haynes L, Cohen N., Dev Immunol. January 1, 1993; 3 (3): 231-8.

Transforming growth factor beta (TGF beta) is produced by and influences the proliferative response of Xenopus laevis lymphocytes., Haynes L, Cohen N., Dev Immunol. January 1, 1993; 3 (3): 223-30.

Immune system activation associated with a naturally occurring infection in Xenopus laevis., Haynes L, Harding FA, Koniski AD, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. November 1, 1992; 16 (6): 453-62.

A monoclonal antibody against the human IL-2 receptor binds to paraformaldehyde-fixed but not viable frog (Xenopus) splenocytes., Haynes L, Moynihan JA, Cohen N., Immunol Lett. December 1, 1990; 26 (3): 227-32.

Immune responses of intact and embryonically enucleated frogs to self-lens antigens., Rollins-Smith LA, Parsons SC, Cohen N., J Immunol. November 15, 1990; 145 (10): 3262-7.

Evolution of the MHC: antigenicity and unusual tissue distribution of Xenopus (frog) class II molecules., Flajnik MF, Ferrone S, Cohen N, Du Pasquier L., Mol Immunol. May 1, 1990; 27 (5): 451-62.

Fixation-associated quantitative variations of DNA fluorescence observed in flow cytometric analysis of hemopoietic cells from adult diploid frogs., Holtfreter HB, Cohen N., Cytometry. January 1, 1990; 11 (6): 676-85.

Effects of thyroxine-driven precocious metamorphosis on maturation of adult-type allograft rejection responses in early thyroidectomized frogs., Rollins-Smith LA, Parsons SC, Cohen N., Differentiation. May 1, 1988; 37 (3): 180-5.

In vitro proliferative and cytotoxic responses against Xenopus minor histocompatibility antigens., Watkins D, Harding F, Cohen N., Transplantation. February 1, 1988; 45 (2): 499-501.

The ontogeny of interleukin production and responsivity in the frog, Xenopus., Watkins D, Parsons SV, Cohen N., Thymus. January 1, 1988; 11 (2): 113-22.

A factor with interleukin-1-like activity is produced by peritoneal cells from the frog, Xenopus laevis., Watkins D, Parsons SC, Cohen N., Immunology. December 1, 1987; 62 (4): 669-73.

Mitogen-activated Xenopus laevis lymphocytes produce a T-cell growth factor., Watkins D, Cohen N., Immunology. September 1, 1987; 62 (1): 119-25.

Interleukins and T-cell ontogeny in Xenopus laevis., Cohen N, Watkins D, Parsons SV., Prog Clin Biol Res. January 1, 1987; 233 53-68.

Immune responses of thymus/lymphocyte embryonic chimeras: studies on tolerance and major histocompatibility complex restriction in Xenopus., Flajnik MF, Du Pasquier L, Cohen N., Eur J Immunol. June 1, 1985; 15 (6): 540-7.

The phylogeny of interleukin-2., Watkins D, Cohen N., Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 1985; 9 (4): 819-24.

A flow cytometric analysis of the embryonic origin of lymphocytes in diploid/triploid chimeric Xenopus laevis., Flajnik MF, Horan PK, Cohen N., Dev Biol. July 1, 1984; 104 (1): 247-54.

During frog ontogeny, PHA and Con A responsiveness of splenocytes precedes that of thymocytes., Rollins-Smith LA, Parsons SC, Cohen N., Immunology. July 1, 1984; 52 (3): 491-500.

Identification and treatment of a lethal nematode (Capillaria xenopodis) infestation in the South African frog, Xenopus laevis., Cohen N, Effrige NJ, Parsons SC, Rollins-Smith LA, Nagata S, Albright D., Dev Comp Immunol. January 1, 1984; 8 (3): 739-41.

Induction of T cell differentiation in early-thymectomized Xenopus by grafting adult thymuses from either MHC-matched or from partially or totally MHC-mismatched donors., Nagata S, Cohen N., Thymus. January 1, 1984; 6 (1-2): 89-103.

Specific in vivo and nonspecific in vitro alloreactivities of adult frogs (Xenopus laevis) that were thymectomized during early larval life., Nagata S, Cohen N., Eur J Immunol. July 1, 1983; 13 (7): 541-5.

The thymus dependency of transplantation allotolerance in the metamorphosing frog Xenopus laevis., Barlow EH, Cohen N., Transplantation. June 1, 1983; 35 (6): 612-9.

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