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  1. JERNE, NIELS K. (1911-1994): An entry from Gale's <i>World of Microbiology and Immunology</i>
  2. THE GENERATIVE GRAMMAR OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. The Nobel Lecture. In Science Volume 229, pp. 1057-1059. by Niels K. Nobel Laureate in Medicine (1984). JERNE, 1985-01-01
  3. The Harvey Lectures by David Baltimore, Alexander G. Bearn, et all 1976
  4. A Portrait of the Immune System: Scientific Publications of N. K. Jerne (World Scientific Series in 20th Century Biology)

1. Biographies Of Niels K. Jerne
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2. Niels K. Jerne Winner Of The 1984 Nobel Prize In Medicine
Niels K. Jerne, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology and Medicine, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive.
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N IELS K J ERNE
1984 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
    for theories concerning the specificity in development and control of the immune system and the discovery of the principle for production of monoclonal antibodies.
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    Residence: Denmark
    Affiliation: Basel Institute for Immunology, Basel, Switzerland
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3. Answers.com - Function Of Host Cell In Plaque Assay
Jerne, Niels K. (19111994) World of Microbiology and Immunology; Jan 1, 2003; 700+ Words explained the
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4. Jerne, Niels K. (1911-1994) - World Of Microbiology And Immunology | HighBeam Re
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Jerne, Niels K(ai) (191194) Immunologist, born in London, UK of Danish parents. Jeroboam I (10th-c BC) First king of the divided kingdom of Israel.
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6. Jerne, Niels K. (1911-1994): World Of Microbiology And Immunology
Danish immunologist. Often considered the founder of modern cellular immunology, Niels K. Jerne shared the 1984 Nobel Prize for medicine or physiology with C sar Milstein and
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7. AGBMS: Nobel Prize - Medicine
Jerne, Niels K. Kandel, Eric; Katz, Sir Bernard; Kendall, Edward Calvin; Khorana, Har Gobind; Koch, Robert; Kocher, Emil Theodor; Kohler, Georges J.F. Kornberg, Arthur
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  • 8. Jerne, Niels K.
    Jerne, Niels K. It follows that an animal cannot be stimulated to make specific antibodies, unless it has already made antibodies of this specificity before the antigen arrives.
    http://faculty.ed.uiuc.edu/g-cziko/stb/default.asp?type=quote&referenceID=je

    9. WHKMLA : Biographies Of Denmark, By Period
    Jerne, Niels K., 19111994, awarded the 1984 Nobel Prize for Medicine from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 100 lines J rgensen, Anker Henrik, 1922-, minister of state 1972-1973
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    10. Niels K. Jerne (Danish Immunologist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Niels K. Jerne (Danish immunologist), Dec. 23, 1911London, Eng.Oct. 7, 1994Castillondu-Gard, FranceDanish immunologist who shared the 1984 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine
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    Table of Contents: Niels K. Jerne Article Article Supplemental Information Supplemental Information - Spotlights Spotlights External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Niels K. Jerne in full Niels Kaj Jerne immunologist who shared the 1984 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with and for his theoretical contributions to the understanding of the immune system Jerne was born of Danish parents and grew up in the Netherlands. After studying physics for two years at the University of Leiden, he worked at the Danish State Serum Institute from 1943 to 1956. He received his medical degree from the University of Copenhagen in 1951, and in 1956 he was appointed chief medical officer of the

    11. Jerne, Niels K(ai)
    Jerne, Niels K(ai) (b. Dec. 23, 1911, Londond. Oct. 7, 1994, Castillon-du-Gard, Fr.), British-Danish immunologist who in 1984, with C sar Milstein and Georges K hler, received
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    Jerne, Niels K(ai)
    (b. Dec. 23, 1911, London-d. Oct. 7, 1994, Castillon-du-Gard, Fr.), British Jerne was born of Danish parents and grew up in Denmark. After his graduation from the University of Leiden, Neth., he worked at the Danish State Serum Institute from 1943 to 1956. He received his medical degree from the University of Copenhagen in 1951, and in 1956 he was appointed chief medical officer of the World Health Organization (WHO), a position he held until 1962. During the 1960s he taught at the universities of Geneva and Pittsburgh (Penn.) and was professor of experimental therapy at J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Ger. He helped to establish the Basel Institute for Immunology and served as its director from 1969 to 1980. After teaching for a year at the Pasteur Institute, Paris, Jerne retired to Gard, Fr. Jerne was the first to suggest the now generally accepted explanation of the way in which antibodies are produced to match the invading bodies, or antigens. He also offered a comprehensive theory of the development of the immune system as a whole, and in 1974 he presented the so-called network theory, in which he detailed the complex system of interactions whereby the immune system is activated to respond to and counteract disease and then is shut down when it is not needed.

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    A., 161,168,324 Jerne, Niels K., 195,196,204,205,316,324 Johannsen, Wilhelm, 115,122,324 Josephson, John, xxiii, 13,207,216,219, 222227,246,289,294,310,317,320, 324,327 Josephson, Susan
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    13. Jerne, Niels K. (1911-1994)
    comprehensive book analysis from the Novelguide, including a complete summary, a biography of the author, character profiles, theme analysis, metaphor analysis, and top ten quotes
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    14. Niels K. Jerne Biography, Pictures, Videos, Relationships - FamousWhy
    Niels K. Jerne (Niels Kaj Me langes Jerne) was born on Saturday, December 23, 1911 in London and he was a famous scientist from Denmark. Life in Brief
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    15. Idiotype Vaccination With Bispecific And Multispecific Immunoglobulin Molecules
    This process was first hypothesised by Jerne et al called the network theory (Jerne, Niels K. (1974) “Towards a network theory of the immune system,” Annals of Institute
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    Idiotype vaccination with bispecific and multispecific immunoglobulin molecules
    Abstract: The present application relates to immunoglobulin polypeptides comprising at least two immunoglobulin complementarity determining regions, one that binds to an immune receptor and the other which comprises an idiotype to which an immune response is desired. (end of abstract)
    Agent: Klarquist Sparkman, LLP - Portland, OR, US
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    Immune Response Immunoglobulin ... Vaccination The invention relates to a molecule containing at least two immunoglobulin complementarity determining regions, one of which binds to an immune receptor polypeptide, and the other of which is an antigen against which an immune response is desired. In co-pending applications WO04/052396, EP03734751.5 and WO04/064864 we describe various polypeptides and polypeptide complexes which have potent adjuvant activity. The polypeptides/polypeptide complexes comprise the antibody binding region of an antibody that binds the immune receptors CD28 and CD40 and conjugated to the antibody an antigen to which an immune response is desired. The conjugation of the antigen to a CD28 or CD40 antibody greatly augments the immune response to the associated antigen. Importantly with respect to idiotype vaccination, CD40 antibodies induce a very strong response against themselves (7). When rat anti-mouse CD40 is used to immunise mice, the anti-rat IgG response induced is around 1000-fold stronger than the response against an irrelevant isotype matched rat antibody. CD40 antibody as an adjuvant has also been shown to very strongly enhance T cell responses against both conjugated antigens, and against rat IgG2a (10).

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    Jerne, Niels K. It follows that an animal cannot be stimulated to make specific antibodies, unless it has already made antibodies of this specificity before the antigen arrives.
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    17. Jerne, Nils K.
    Jerne, Niels K. (19111994) Niels K. Jerne, born 23rd December 1911, London. My parents, Hans Jessen Jerne and Else Marie Lindberg, and their ancestors (back to
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    Jerne, Niels K. Niels K. Jerne, born 23rd December 1911, London.
    My parents, Hans Jessen Jerne and Else Marie Lindberg, and their ancestors (back to the seventeenth century and earlier) all lived on the island Fan? and in a small adjacent area of western Jutland in Denmark. My family moved to London in 1910, and then to Holland during the first world war. I received my Baccalaureate in Rotterdam in 1928.
    After two years of studying physics at the University of Leiden, I switched to medicine at the University of Copenhagen where I presented my thesis on the avidity of antibodies in 1951. My wife Alexandra and I married in 1964, and now live in our house near Avignon. Further details of my curriculum vitae: Research worker at the Danish State Serum Institute (1943-1956) Research fellow at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (1954-1955)
    Head of the Sections of Biological Standards and of Immunology at the World Health Organization, Geneva (1956-1962)
    Professor of Biophysics at the University of Geneva (1960 - 1962) Professor of Microbiology and Chairman of the Department, University of Pittsburgh (1962-1966)

    18. Jerne, Niels K.
    von Boehmer, Harald; Haas, Werner; Jerne, Niels K. Publication Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Volume 75, Issue 5, pp. 24392442
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    Jerne, Niels K.
    Médecin danois et immunologiste. D’abord professeur en Suisse, aux Etats-Unis et en Allemagne, il dirigea de 1969 à 1980 en Suisse un centre de recherches indépendant sans but commercial: le Basel Institute for Immunology, spécialement fondé pour Jerne par la fabrique de produits pharmaceutiques Hoffmann-Laroche. Jerne acheva sa carrière comme professeur à l’Institut Pasteur, à Paris (1981-1982). Jerne a formulé plusieurs théories nouvelles sur la formation des anticorps par les globules blancs, renversant ainsi les idées reçues dans ce domaine. Selon sa dernière théorie, la théorie du réseau (1973), l’organisme sécrète des anticorps contre ses propres anticorps, de façon à établir, dans le système immunitaire, une sorte d’équilibre immunologique et un échange d’informations comparable à ceux du système nerveux central. Jerne partagea le prix Nobel de médecine avec Georges Kohler et César Milstein en 1984.

    19. Scientific Commons Niels K. Jerne
    The NaturalSelection Theory of Antibody Formation (1955) Jerne, Niels K. An immense amount of experimental data related to the problem of antibody formation has accumulated.
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    20. The Natural-Selection Theory Of Antibody Formation - CaltechAUTHORS
    Jerne, Niels K. (1955) The NaturalSelection Theory of Antibody Formation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 41 (11). pp. 849-857.
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