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Science as AutobiographyThe Troubled Life of Niels Jern$

Thomas Soderqvist

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For a complete list of Jerne's publications, see Lefkovits's edition of the collected works, A Portrait of the Immune System: Scientific Publications of NK Jerne (1996), and the bibliography in Söderqvist, Hvilken kamp for at undslippe (1998, pp. 685–93).

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———. “Primary immune response in vitro: Reversible suppression by anti-globulin antibodies.” Annales de l'Institut Pasteur 117 (1969): 801–5.

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———. “Competition of 19S and 7S antigen receptors in the regulation of the primary immune response.” Journal of Experimental Medicine 128 (1968): 133–52.

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———. “Systematische und zufällige Fehlerquellen bei Messung kleiner Antitoximengen. II. Mitteilung. Diphtherieantitoxin.” Zeitschrift für Immunitätsforschung 102 (1943): 369–84.

———. “A standard for antistreptolysin O of human serum, and its practical application.” Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 21 (1944): 203–13.

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———. “Matr. nr. 11 af exercerpladsen. XI. Statistisk Afdl.” Mikro (State Serum Institute, Copenhagen) 6 (1950), nr. 2: 11–13.

———. A Study of Avidity Based on Rabbit Skin Responses to Diphtheria Toxin-Antitoxin Mixtures. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1951.

———. “Bacteriophage inactivation by antiphage serum diluted in destilled water.” Nature 169 (1952): 117–18.

———. “Interaction T4/anti-T-serum.” Phage Information Service 7 (1954): 5–7.

———. “The ‘unit’ in preference to the ‘titre’ as a measure of agglutinating activity.” Bulletin of the World Health Organization 10 (1954): 937–40.

———. “The international standardization of snake antivenins: Suggestions.” WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization Report nr. 333 (1955), 5 pp.

———. “The natural-selection theory of antibody formation.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 41 (1955): 849–57.

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———. “The presence in normal serum of specific antibody against bacteriophage T4 and its increase during the earliest stages of immunization.” Journal of Immunology 76 (1956): 209–16.

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———. “The effects of ribonuclease on the bacteriophage T4, its host cell, E. coli B, and on infected coli cells.” Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 40 (1957): 362–68.

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