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The Joshua Lederberg Papers

Title:
Joshua Lederberg's Bibliography of Published Scientific Articles Annotation txt (61,303 Bytes)
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1998-12-04 16:09 /fu1/jsl/P/list
Date:
1998-12-04 (December 4, 1998)
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Lederberg, Joshua
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Lederberg UI: P0
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Folder: P0: Bibliography of published scientific articles
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Annotation by Joshua Lederberg:
KW: needs updating, and some marginal notes.

P88 P-88 was an invitation to write for Saturday evening Post; but
it was never realized.;

update to P324 is pasted below:

313**  Welcoming Remarks.
        Xenotransplantation: scientific frontiers and public
                policy.   NYAS   3/18/98
        Ann. NY Acad Sci 862: xiii-xv.  1998
                was T-138

314**  ASM News 65(1): 18-22 (1999)  Part 1.
        Infectious agents, hosts, in constant flux
.
        ASM News 65(2): 77-80 (1999)    Part 2.
        Parasites face a perpetual dilemma.
                         was T/123
        ASM News 65(12): 811-816 (1999)  Part 3.
        Paradoxes of the host-parasite relationship.
        Applying the injunction "Thou shalt not kill" to pathogens
          brings surprising insights about how they adapt to hosts.

315**  JL: Foreword to Microbiology, a Centenary Perspective
        pp. xv-xx.
        Ed. W K Joklik et al.  ASM Press  1999


316** J. B. S. Haldane (1949) on infectious disease and evolution
Lederberg J GENETICS 153: (1) 1-3 SEP 1999
  re: Haldane in
"Disease and Evolution", La Ricerca Scientifica, Suppl. A., 19:68-76.
  but often requoted, e.g. in Dronamraju, ed. Selected Papers of
JBS Haldane, 1990 (Garland Press).
        Was T-134

317** Some Implications of the Prion Paradigm: Caveat Denaturor
JAMA Vol. 282 No. 14, pp. 1332-1333
October 13, 1999
        was T/128

318**  Biological Warfare.  pp 3235-3238 in
Mandell GL, Bennett JE, Dolin R; Principles and Practice of
Infectious Diseases, 5th Ed., Volume 2. Churchill Livingstone,
Phila. 2000.


319** Lederberg J
Multidrug-resistant Salmonella enterica serotype typhimurium DT104.
NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 342: (9) 661-661 MAR 2 2000

320** Infectious History
Joshua Lederberg*
       Science 2000 April 14; 288: 287-293. (in Pathways of Discovery)
includes
   The Microbial World Wide Web
Science 2000 April 14; 288: 291
.
also
pp. 73-90 in Science, Pathways to Discovery.  Ivan Amato ed.
NY:  Wiley,  2002.

321** The dawning of molecular genetics.  Trends in Microbiology.
8(5): 194-195.  2000\" was T-155  re Avery

322** Joshua Lederberg*
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, Vol. 98, Issue 5, 2115-2116, February 27, 2001
H1N1-influenza as Lazarus: Genomic resurrection from the tomb of an unknown


323**   P-323 is JL contribution: the diversity of bioweapons
  Bioterrorism: Homeland Defense. Feb 8, 2000 RAND symposium
        www.rand.org/nsrd/bioterror
        was T/160 --  R/332
        JL contribution is P/323!

324**   Psyche at Risk; Psyche as Armor, in Biodefense.
        pp 35-58 in "Planning for Bioterrorism.  Behavioral and Mental Health
        Responses to weapons of mass destruction and mass disruption.
        Conference at USUHS 7/15/2000.  R.J. Ursano Ed.
        was T-119.usuhs;



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