Ellen Goldberg

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Direct cytotoxic tests and absorption studies demonstrated thatI-region associated antigens (Ia) are not restricted to lymphocytes. Ia was found on spermatozoa, macrophages, and on epidermal cells, whereas Ia was absent from brain, liver, kidney, and fibroblasts. The possible biological meaning of these observations is discussed.
Acknowledgements: We are very grateful for the stimulating criticism and support we have received over a number of years about this research from We especially thank Richard Goldthwaite. His detailed and constructive criticisms were an inspiration, because of the erudition and lifetime of archival labor upon which they rested. We also thank the participants(More)
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) has been involved in developing Israel's health services since 1914. The types of involvement and major accomplishments in service development are summarized in Apprendix 1. Over the years, as needs changed and as the service environment expanded, JDC adapted its activities in order to remain a leading(More)
K Kiryluk, RA Rabenou, ER Goldberg and M Gupta Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York, USA; Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, New York, New York, USA; Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, New(More)
Harold Morowitz I just got off the phone with Harold Morowitz. As usual, we had a wide-ranging discussion from the metabolic origins of life to the roots of cognition in the Hominidae to science and religion. At the end of our conversation, I started to reflect on the extraordinary contributions this man has made to the scientific community and to the(More)
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