Publications

Summary:

9 books (monographs); 13 edited works; 70 history and philosophy of science/medicine papers; 27 ethics papers; 6 American philosophy papers; 46 book reviews, short introductions, and book forewords; 85 original scientific reports; 23 scientific reviews, letters, and book chapters; 47 scientific abstracts.

 

Books (monographs):

9.  Tauber, A.I. Requiem for the Ego. Freud and the Origins of Postmodernism. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2013.

8.  Tauber, A.I. Freud, the Reluctant Philosopher. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010. (Hardback and paperback editions) Nominated for National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis Gradiva Award, 2011; Spanish translation, Avarigani Editors, 2013.

7. Tauber, A.I. Science and the Quest for Meaning. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2009.

6.  Tauber, AI. Patient Autonomy and the Ethics of Responsibility. Cambridge and London: The MIT Press, 2005. (Hardback and paperback editions)

5.  Tauber, A.I. Henry David Thoreau and the Moral Agency of Knowing. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2001. (Paperback 2003)

4.  Tauber, A.I. Confessions of a Medicine Man. An Essay in Popular Philosophy. Cambridge and London: The MIT Press, A Bradford Book, 1999. (Paperback 2000).Awarded “Outstanding Academic Title” by Choice (Journal of the American Library Association) and First Prize, Allied Health category, by the American Medical Writers Association. Korean translation, 2004; Spanish translation, with new Preface, 2011.

3.  Podolsky S.H. and Tauber, AI. The Generation of Diversity: Clonal Selection Theory and the Rise of Molecular Immunology. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997. (Paperback 2000, Tauber and Podolsky)

2.  Tauber A. I.  The Immune Self: Theory or Metaphor? New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. (Paperback 1996; Italian translation, L’immunologia Dell’io, Milano: McGraw Hill Libri Italia, 1999)

1.  Tauber A. I. and Chernyak L.  Metchnikoff and the Origins of Immunology: From Metaphor to Theory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.

 

Edited works:

13.  Tauber, A.I. “Philosophy of Medicine,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 51:317-463, 2008.

12. Cooper, R. A. and Tauber, A.I. ”Values and Ethics: A Collection of Curricular Reforms for a New Generation of Physicians,” Academic Medicine 82:405–427, 2007.

11. Gourko, H., Williamson, DI. and Tauber, AI. (Edited, translated, and annotated) The Evolutionary Biology Papers of Elie Metchnikoff. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.

10.  Cohen, RS. and Tauber, AI. Philosophies of Nature: The Human Dimension. In Celebration of Erazim Kohak.  Vol. 195, Boston Studies in the Philos0phy of Science.Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

9.     Tauber, A. I. and Kanamori, A. “A Symposium on David Hilbert.” Synthetase 110: 1-166, 1997.

8.     Keating, P, Balaban, M., Cambrosio, A. and Tauber, AI.Historical Studies in Immunology.” Journal of the History of Biology. (Special journal issue)  Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 317ff. 1997.

7.     Tauber, AI. Science and the Quest for Reality. New York: New York University Press and London: Macmillan Press, 1997. (Hardback and paperback editions).

6.     Tauber AI.  The Elusive Synthesis: Aesthetics and Science. Volume 182, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996. (Paperback edition, 1997).

5.     Gilbert, SF and Tauber, AI. (Special journal issue) “Science and Postmodernism.” Science in Context, 8: 559-655, 1995.

4.     Cambrosio A, Keating P, Tauber AI. “Conceptual Foundations of Immunology” Journal of the History of  Biology (Special journal issue) 27:375ff, 1994.

3.     Gilbert, SF, Sarkar, S, and Tauber, AI. “Symposium on the Evolution of Individuality by Leo W. Buss.” Biology and Philosophy 7:461-499, 1992.

2.     Tauber AI.  Organism and the Origins of SelfVolume 129, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.

1.     Tauber AI, Wintroub BU, Simon AS.  Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. Vol. 297.  Biochemistry of the Acute Allergic Reaction, Fifth International Symposium.  New York: Alan R. Liss, 1989.  [Festschrift for K. Frank Austen].

 

Papers:

History and philosophy of science and medicine

64. Tauber, A.I. Immunology’s theories of cognition: Historical developments and philosophical considerations, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 35: 241-68.

63. Tauber, A.I. Philosophy as self-knowledgePhilosophiaPhilosophical Quarterly of Israel August, 2013

63.  Tauber, A. I. Ilya Metchnikoff: From evolutionist to immunologist and back again, in Outsider Scientists: Routes to Innovation in Biology, O. Harman and M. Dietrich,  (eds.). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 259-74, 2013.

61.  Tauber, A.I. From the immune self to moral agency. Comments. Avant 3:101-5, 2012.

60. Tauber, A.I. Book review essay: The Limits of the Self.  Immunology and Biological Identity, by Thomas Pradeu, E. Vitanza (trans.).  New York: Oxford University Press, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

59. Gilbert, S.H., Sapp, J., and Tauber, A.I. A symbiotic view of life: We have never been individualsQuarterly Review of Biology, 87:325-41

58. Tauber, A. I. The cognitivist paradigm 20 years later, Constructivist Foundations, 6: 342-4, 2011.

57.  Ben-Jacob, E., Shapira, Y. and Tauber A.I., Smart bacteria, in Chimera and Consciousness.  Evolution of the Sensory Self, L. Margulis, C.A. Asikainen & W.E. Krumbein, (eds.) Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 55-62.

56. Tauber, A. I. Epigenetics and the “New Biology” – Enlisting in the assault on reductionism, Transformations of Lamarckism: From Subtle Fluids to Molecular Biology, S. B. Gissis and E. Jablonka, Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 385-7.

55.  Tauber, A. I. Reframing developmental biology and building evolutionary theory’s New Synthesis. Essay Review: Ecological Developmental Biology.  Integrating Epigenetics, Medicine, and Evolution by Scott F. Gilbert and David Epel.  Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, 2009, Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 53:257-70, 2010.

54. Tauber, A. I. A tale of two immunologies, in Immunology Today.  Three Historical Perspectives under Three Theoretical Horizons. A. Grignolio (ed.). Bologna, IT: Bononia University Press, 2010, pp. 15-34.

53. Tauber, A.I. Expanding immunology: Defensive versus ecological perspectives. Essay Review: Defending Life.  The Nature of Host-parasite Relations by Elling Ulvestad, Dordrecht: Springer, 2007.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 51:270-84, 2008.

52. Tauber, A.I.  The immune system and its ecologyPhilosophy of Science, 75:224-45, 2008.

51. Tauber, A. I. Science and reason, reason and faith: A Kantian perspective, in Intelligent Design.  Science or     Religion? Critical Perspectives, R. M. Baird and S. E. Rosenbaum (eds.), Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2007, pp. 307-36. Republished in Alhikma 1:73-108, 2008. Originally published as the Herbert H. Reynolds Lectureship, Department of Philosophy, Baylor University, Waco TX. 2006.

50. Tauber, AI.  Scholarship as self-knowledge: A case study, in: The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology, and Medicine. Writing Recent Science, R. E. Doel and T. Soderqvist (eds.). London and New York:  Routledge, pp. 128-49, 2006.

49. Ben-Jacob, E., Shapira, Y. and Tauber A.I.  Seeking the foundations of cognition in bacteria: From Schrödinger’s negative entropy to functional information, Physica A, 359:495-524, 2005.

48.  Tauber, A.I. Immunology, in The Philosophy of Science: An Encyclopedia, edited by S. Sarkar.  New York: Routledge, pp. 363-69, 2005.

47.  Tauber, A.I.  Immunology and the enigma of selfhood, in Growing Explanations.  Historical Perspectives on Recent  Science, M. N. Norton Wise (ed.). Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 201-21, 2004.

46.  Tauber, AI.  Metchnikoff and the phagocytosis theoryNature Reviews, Molecular Cell Biology.  4:897-901, 2003.

45.  Tauber, A.I. The biological notion of self and nonself. Stanford Encyclopedia of Science,  2002; major revisions 2005; 2009; 2012.

44.  Crist, E. and Tauber, A.I.  The phagocyte, the antibody and agency in immunity: Contending turn-of-the-century approaches, in A.M. Moulin and A. Cambrosio (eds.),Singular Selves:  Historical Issues and Contemporary Debates in Immunology. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2001, pp. 115-39.

43.  Tauber, A.I. Tales of neglected (orphaned?) historiographies, in A.M. Moulin and A. Cambrosio (eds.),  Singular Selves:  Historical Issues and Contemporary Debates in Immunology. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2001, pp. 247-58.

42.  Tauber, A.I. Moving beyond the immune self? Seminars in Immunology. 12:241-48, 2000.

41.  Tauber, A.I. A call for scientific literacy: The claims for public understanding, in Effects of Global Business on Scientific Research, M. Balaban and H-P Sambuc (eds.)  Geneva: Science and Conscience of Man Foundation, 2000. pp. 61-84.

40.  Tauber, AI. Introduction, in The Evolutionary Biology Papers of Elie Metchnikoff, Gourko, H., Williamson, DI. and Tauber, AI. (Eds.).  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.  2000,  pp. 1-21.

39.  Crist, E. And Tauber, AI. Selfhood, immunity, and the biological imagination: The thought of Frank Macfarlane BurnetBiology and Philosophy. 15:509-33, 1999.

38.  Tauber, AI. Book review essay of The Historiography of Contemporary Science and Technology, edited by Thomas Soderqvist. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1997. Science, Technology, and Human Values. 24:384-401, 1999.

37.  Tauber, AI. The elusive immune self: A case of category errorsPerspectives in Biology and Medicine. 42:459-74, 1999.

36.  Tauber, AI.  Is biology a political science? BioScience. 49:479-86, 1999.

35.  Tauber AI, and Podolsky, SH.  Nietzsche’s conception of health: The idealization of struggle, in Nietzsche, Epistemologyand Philosophy of Science: Nietzsche and the Sciences II. edited by B. Babich.  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 299-311, 1999.

34.  Tauber, AI. Response to Melvin Cohn. How Cohn’s two-signal model was turned, in Paradigm Changes in Organ Transplantation, K. F. Schhaffner and T.E. Starzl (eds.)Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 19:485-94, 1998

33.  Tauber, AI.  Conceptual shifts in immunology: Comments on the “two-way paradigm,” in Paradigm Changes in Organ Transplantation, K. F. Schhaffner and T.E. Starzl (eds.) Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 19:457-473, 1998.

32.  Feldman, S. and Tauber, A.I. Sickle cell anemia: Redefining the first “molecular disease.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine , 71:623-650, 1997.

31.  Tauber, AI. Historical and philosophical perspectives on immune cognition. Journal of the History of Biology 30:419-440, 1997.

30.  Crist, E. And Tauber, AI. Debating humoral immunity and epistemology: The rivalry of the immunochemists Jules Bordet and Paul Ehrlich. Journal of the History of Biology, 30:321-356, 1997.

29.  Tauber, AI.   Epilogue, in Science and the Quest for Reality.  A.I. Tauber (ed.) New York:  New York University Press and London: Macmillan Press, 1997. pp.395-410.

28.  Tauber, AI.  Introduction, in Science and the Quest for Reality.  A.I. Tauber (ed.) New York:  New York University Press and London: Macmillan Press, 1997, pp. 1-49.

27.  Podolsky, S.H. and Tauber, A.I.  Darwinism and antibody diversity: A historical perspective. Research Immunology 147:199-202, 1996.

26.  Tauber AI.  The molecularization of immunology.  In: Sarkar, S. (ed.) The Philosophy and History of Molecular Biology:  New Perspectives. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996, pp. 125-169.

25.  Tauber AI.  From Descartes’ dream to Husserl’s nightmare, in The Elusive Synthesis: Aesthetics and Science, A.I. Tauber, (ed.)  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers,  1996.  pp. 289-312.

24.  Tauber, AI. Postmodernism and the immune self. Science in Context. 8:579-607, 1995.

23.  Tauber AI, and Podolsky SH.  Macfarlane Burnet and the declaration of the immune self.  Journal of the History of Biology 27:531-573, 1994.

22.  Tauber AI.  The immune Self: From theory to metaphor.  Immunology Today. 15:134-136, 1994.

21.  Tauber AI.  Darwinian aftershocks: Repercussions in late twentieth century medicine.  Journal of the Royal  Society of Medicine  87:27-31, 1994.

20.  Tauber AI.  A typology of Nietzsche’s biology. Biology and Philosophy 9:24-44, 1994.

19.  Tauber AI, and Sarkar S.  The ideological basis of the Human Genome Project. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 86:537-540, 1993.

18.  Tauber AI.  Goethe’s philosophy of science: Modern resonances.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 36:244-257, 1993.

17.  Tauber AI.  The two faces of medical education/Flexner and Osler revisited. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  85:598-602, 1992.

16.  Tauber AI.  The organismal Self: It’s philosophical context.  In: Rouner, L. (ed).  Selves, People, and Persons, Volume 13, Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, 1992, pp. 149-167.

15.  Chernyak L, Tauber AI.  Concerning individuality.  Biology and Philosophy 7:489-499, 1992.

14.  Tauber AI.  The birth of immunology: III. The fate of the phagocytosis theory.  Cellular Immunology  139:505-530, 1992.

13.  Tauber AI, and Sarkar S.  The Human Genome Project: Has blind reductionism gone too far?  Perspectives in Biology and  Medicine 35:220-235, 1992.

12.  Chernyak L and Tauber AI.  The dialectical Self: Immunology’s contribution, in Organism and the Origins of Self, A.I. Tauber, editor.  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991, pp. 109-156.

11.  Sarkar S, and Tauber AI.  Fallacious claims for HGP.  Nature 353:691, 1991.

10.  Tauber AI.  Introduction: Speculations on organism and the origins of Self, in Organism and the Origins of Self.  AI Tauber, editor.  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991, pp. 1-39.

9.     Tauber AI.  Notes on the Neanderthal.  BioScience 41:416-418, 1991.

8.     Tauber AI.  On pigeons, physicians, and placebos.  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  84:328-331, 1991.

7.     Tauber AI.  The immunological Self: A centenary perspective.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine  35:74-86, 1991.

6.     Tauber AI.  A case of defense: Metchnikoff at the Pasteur Institute, in L’Immunologie: L’Heritage de Pasteur, eds. P.A. Cazenave and G.P. Talwar.  New Delhi: Wiley Eastern Limited, 1991, pp. 21-36.

5.     Tauber AI.  Metchnikoff, the modern immunologist.  Journal of Leukocyte Biology 47:560-566, 1990.

4.     Chernyak L and Tauber AI.  The idea of immunity: Metchnikoff’s metaphysics and science.  Journal of the History of Biology 23:187-249, 1990.

3.     Tauber AI and Chernyak L.  The birth of immunology: II. Metchnikoff and his critics.  Cellular Immunology 121:447-473, 1989.

2.     Tauber AI and Chernyak L.  Metchnikoff and a theory of medicine.  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 82:699-701, 1989.

1.     Chernyak L and Tauber AI.  The birth of immunology: Metchnikoff, the embryologist.  Cellular Immunology  117:218-233, 1988.

 

Freud

9. Tauber, A.I. The rational unconscious: The Freudian mind reconsidered, Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, In press.

8.  Tauber, A. I. Freud’s social theory: Modernist and postmodernist revisions, History of the Human Sciences, 25:41-70, 2012.   doi:10.1177/0952695112460045

7. Tauber, A.I. Freud without Oedipus: The cognitive unconscious, Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, In press.

6.  Tauber, A. I. Constructing ‘the Other’: A critique of Freud’s representational model of the mind, in Psychology and the OtherA Dialogue at the Crossroad of an Emerging Field, D. Goodman and M. Freeman (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press, In press.

5. Tauber, A. I. Freud and social theory, in G. Claeys (ed.), CQ Press Encyclopedia of Modern Political Thought, Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, In press.

4.  Tauber, A.I. Freud’s defense of reason. Response to Johan Eriksson’s “Freud and Philosophy,” The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 33: 151-7, 2010.

3. Tauber, A. Behind the couch [Freud, the humanist], New Humanist 126: 42-4, 2011.

2.  Tauber, A. I. Freud’s dreams of reason: The Kantian structure of psychoanalysisHistory of the Human Sciences, 22:1-29, 2009.

1. Tauber, A.I. Freud’s philosophical path: From a science of the mind to a philosophy of human beingThe Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 32:32-43, 2009.

 

Ethics

28. Tauber, A.I. On the question of physicians’ rights, submitted.

27. Tauber, A.I. Medicine and the call for a moral epistemology, Part II: Constructing a synthesis of valuesPerspectives in Biology and Medicine, 51:450-63, 2008.

26.  Tauber, A.I. Introduction, in “Philosophy of Medicine,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 51:317-19, 2008.

25. Segal, S. P. and Tauber, A. I. Revisiting Hume’s Law.  American Journal of Bioethics, 7:43-5, 2007.

24. Tauber, A. I. Balancing medicine’s moral ledger: Realigning trust and responsibility, in Responsibility, Darling-Smith (ed.) Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 129-48, 2007.

23.  Cooper, R.A. and Tauber, A.I. Values and Ethics: A Collection of Curricular Reforms for a New Generation of Physicians.  Academic Medicine.  82:321–323, 2007.

22. Tauber, A.I. Medicine as a moral epistemologyMultidisciplinary Approaches to Theory in Medicine. R. Paton and  L. McNamara (eds.) Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006, pp. 63-88.

21.  Tauber, A.I. Seeking medicine’s moral glue. American Journal of Bioethics.  6: 41-4, 2006.

20.  Tauber, A.I. The moral domain of the medical record: The routine ethics evaluationAmerican Journal of Bioethics.  6:W1-W16, 2006.

19.  Cooper, R.A. and Tauber, A.I.  New physicians for a new century.  Academic Medicine 80:1086-8, 2005.

18.  Tauber, A.I. Medicine and the call for a moral epistemology. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48:42-53, 2005.

17.  Tauber, A.I. Sick autonomy.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.  46:484-95, 2003.

16.  Tauber, A.I. Medical ethics, in Encyclopedia of Science and Religion, J. W. V. van Huyssteen, N. R. Howell, N. H. Gregersen, W. J.Wildman, (eds.).  New York: Macmillan, 2003. pp. 548-52.

15.  Tauber, A.I.  Autonomy gone mad.  Philosophy in the Contemporary World.  10:75-80, 2003.

14.  Tauber, A.I. A philosophical approach to rationing.  Australian Journal of Medicine.  178:456-8, 2003.

13.  Tauber, A.I. Implementing medical ethics.  Journal of the Israel Medical Association. 4:1091-2, 2002.

12.  Tauber, A.I.  So many patients, so much pain.  Newsday, September 22, 2002, p. A32.

11.  Tauber, A. I. The ethical imperative of holism in medicine, in Promises and Limits of Reductionism in the Biomedical Sciences, M. H. V. Van Regenmortel and D.L. Hull (eds.) West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, 2002, pp. 261-78

10.  Tauber, A.I. Putting ethics into the medical recordAnnals of Internal Medicine.  136:559-563, 2002.  Letter of response to comment: 137:933, 2002. Critical correspondence: 137:932-3, 2002.

9.     Tauber, A.I. The quest for holism in medicine, in The Role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Accommodating Pluralism, D. Callahan (ed.). Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2002, pp. 172-89.

8.     Tauber, A.I. Medicine, public health and the ethics of rationing.  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 45:16-30, 2002.

7.     Tauber, A.I. Historical and philosophical reflections on patient autonomyHealth Care Analysis: An International Journal of Health Care Philosophy and Policy9:299-319, 2001.

6.     Tauber, A.I. Le role de Nietzsche dans l’elebaration de l’utopie medicale, in L’utopie de la Sante Parfaite, L. Sfez (ed.) Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2001, pp. 29-37.

5.     Tauber, AI. Ecology and the claims for a science-based ethics, in Philosophies of Nature: The Human Dimension, In Celebration of Erazim Kohak, Vol. 195, Boston Studies in the Philosphy of Science. Cohen, RS. and Tauber, AI. (eds.) Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1998, pp 185-206.

4.     Tauber, A.I. Outside the subject: Levinas’s Jewish perspective on timeGraduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research, N.Y.), 20/21:439-59, 1998.

3.     Tauber, AI.  Home and Zakhor -Remember! in The Longing for Home (Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion) L. Rouner (ed.), Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. 1997. pp. 148-69.

2.     Tauber, A.I. From the self to the other: Building a philosophy of medicine, in Meta Medical Ethics, The Philosophical Foundations of Bioethics. M.A. Grodin (ed.) Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.  pp. 149-195.

1.     Tauber A.I.  On the transvaluation of values: Nietzsche contra Foucault, in Science, Mind and ArtPapers in Honor of Robert Cohen, K. Gavroglu and M. Wartovsky (eds.).  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995. pp. 349-367.

 

American Philosophy

7.  Tauber, A.I. On the quandary of dreaming frogs: Deciphering Thoreau’s philosophical engagement, submitted.

6. Tauber, A. I. Thoreau’s moral-epistemology and its contemporary relevance, Thoreau’s Importance for Philosophy, R. A Furtak, J. Ellsworth, and J. D. Reid (eds.) New York: Fordham University Press, In press.

5.  Tauber, A.I. Emerson. American Philosophy, An Encyclopedia.  J. Lachs and R. Talisse (eds.) New York: Routledge, 2008, pp. 218-21.

4.  Tauber, A.I. The reflexive project: Reconstructing the moral agentHistory of the Human Sciences, 18:49-75, 2006.

3.  Tauber, A.I.  The philosopher as prophet: The case of Emerson and Thoreau.  Philosophy in the Contemporary World.  10:89-103, 2003.

2.  Tauber, A.I. Emerson and Thoreau on America the Beautiful.  Rendezvous.  36:57-78, 2002.

1.  Tauber, A.I. A mirror of ourselves — Reflections on Thoreau. Bostonia (Winter 2001-2002): 34-37.

 

Books reviews, short introductions, and book forewords

48. Tauber, A.I. Book review of The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Music, Theodore Gracyk and AndrewKania (eds.) London and New York: Routledge, 2011, Philosophy in Review, In press.

47.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of  Intuition in Medicine.  A Philosophical Defense of Clinical Reasoning, by Hillel D. Braude. Chiacgo: University of Chicago Press, 2012, Medical History, 57: 148-9, 2013.

46.  Tauber, A. I. Book review of The Ego and the Flesh. An Introduction to Egoanalysis, by J. Rogozinski, J. R. Vallier (trans.).  Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2010, Philosophy in Review, 32:423-7

45.  Tauber, A. I. Book review of The View from Within: Normativity and the Limits of Self-Criticism, by M. Fisch and Y. Benbaji, 2011, University of Notre Dame Press,Philosophy in Review, 32: 266-9, 2012

44.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Henri Atlan, Selected Writings.  On Self-organization, Philosophy, Bioethics, and Judaism, edited by S. Geroulanos and T. Meyers, Fordham University Press, 2011.  Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2012:

43.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of A History of Immunology, 2nd ed. by Arthur M. Silverstein, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2009, and A Body Worth Defending. Immunity, Biopolitics, and the Apotheosis of the Modern Body by Ed Cohen, Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, ISIS, 101:636-7, 2010.

42. Tauber, A.I. Book review of Crafting Immunity.  Working Histories of Clinical Immunology, edited by Kenton Kroker, Jennifer Keelan, and Pauline M. H. Mazumdar. Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2008.  Annals of Science, 67:274-7, 2010.

41.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Knowledge of Life, Georges Canguilhem. Edited by P. Marrati and T. Meyers. Translated by S. Geroulanos and D. Ginsburg. New York: Fordham University Press, 2008, ISIS, 100:958-9, 2009.

40. Tauber, A.I. Book review of Allergy: The History of a Modern Malady by Mark Jackson. London: Reaktion Books, 2006.  JAMA 295:2190-2, 2006.

39.  Tauber, AI. Foreword, Achieving Excellence in Medical Education by Richard Gunderman, New York:  Springer, 2006, pp. ix-x.

38.  Tauber, A. I. Book review of  Emil von Behring. Infectious Disease, Immunology, Serum Therapy by Derek S. Linton. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2005. New England Journal of Medicine 354:535-6, 2006.

37.  Tauber, AI. Book review of Thoreau’s Living Ethics. Walden and the Pursuit of Virtue by Philip Cafaro. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 2004.  Environmental Ethics 27:441-4, 2005.

36.  Tauber, AI. Book review of Coleridge and the Doctors, by Neil Vickers.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2004. Journal of  History of Medicine and Allied Sciences.  60:367-9, 2005.

35.   Margulis L and Tauber AI.  “Foreword” to The Origins of Larvae by Donald I. Williamson.  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003, pp. ix-xiii.

34.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Science as Autobiography.  The Troubled Life of Niels Jerne by Thomas Söderqvist, New  Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 78:751-2, 2004.

33.   Tauber, A.I. Book review of The Age of Immunology by David Napier, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. JAMA.  289:3309-11, 2003.

32.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Prometheus Bedeviled.  Science and the Contradictions of Contemporary Society by Norman Levitt. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1999. Science, Technology, and Human Values 25:385-89, 2000.

31.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of The Baltimore Case: A Trial of Politics, Science, and Character by Daniel Kevles.  New York: W.W. Norton, 1998.  Quarterly Review of Biology 75:39, 2000.

30.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Tending Adam’s Garden. Evolving the Cognitive Immune Self, by Irun R. Cohen.  San Diego: Academic Press, 2000. New England Journal of Medicine. 342:667-8, 2000.

29.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Membranes. Metaphors of Invasion in Nineteenth-century Literature, Science, and Politics, by Laura Otis.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. Metascience. 9:405-10, 2000.

28.  Crist, E and Tauber, AI.  Book review of The Representational and the Presentational. An Essay on Cognition and the Study of Mind by  Benny Shanon.  New York and London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993. Journal of Pragmatics 31:595-601, 1999.

27.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of Science Incarnate. Historical Embodiments of Natural Knowledge, edited by Christopher Lawrence and Steven Shapin. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1998. Endeavour 22: 129-30, 1998.

26.  Tauber, AI.  Book review of Philosophical Perspectives on Bioethics, edited by L. Wayne Sumner and Joseph Boyle. Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1996.Quarterly Review of Biology. 73:58-59, 1998.

25.  Crist, E and Tauber, AI. Book review of Species and Specificity by Pauline Mazumdar.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.  Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71:171-172, 1997.

24.  Tauber, A.I.  Book review of The Flight from Reason, edited by Paul R. Gross, Norman Levitt, and Martin W. Lewis, New York: New York Academy of Science, Vol.775, 1996.  New England Journal of Medicine 336:300-301, 1997.

23.  Keating, P., Balaban, M., Cambrosio, A., and Tauber. Introduction: Historiographic Issues. Journal of the History of Biology. 30:317-320, 1997.

22.  Tauber, AI.  Introduction,  in The Elusive Synthesis: Aesthetics and Science, A.I. Tauber, (ed.)  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Press.  1996.  pp. 1-12.

21.  Tauber, A.I. Book review of The Foundations of Bioethics, 2nd edition by H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996.  Quarterly Journal of Biology 71:393-4, 1996.

20.  Tauber, AI. Book review of Goethe’s Naturalistic Anthropology.  Man and Other Plants by Matthew Bell. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994, and Romanticism in Science.  Science in Europe, 1790-1840Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 152, edited by Stefano Poggi and Maurizio Bossi. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994. Studies in Romanticism, 35:477-482, 1996.

19.  Tauber, AI. Book review of Enlightenment to Enlightenment.  Intercritique of Science and Myth by Henri Atlan.  Translated by Lenn J. Schramm.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993.  Human Studies.  19:239-245, 1996.

18.  Tauber AI. Book review of Outside the Subject by Emmanuel Levinas. Translated by Michael B. Smith.  Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994. Human Studies.  18:439-446, 1995.

17.  Tauber AI. Book review of Discovery and Explanation in Biology and Medicine.  Kenneth F. Schaffner. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.  Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69:163-164, 1995.

16.  Tauber, AI. Book review of The Advancement of Science.  Science Without Legend, Objectivity Without Illusions by Philip Kitcher.  New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993.  Quarterly Review of Biology  69:503-504, 1994.

15.  Podolsky, SH, Tauber, AI.  Book review of Origins of Life.  The Central Concepts. David D. Deamer and Gail R. Fleischaker (eds.) Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1993.  Quarterly Journal of Biology.  69:253-254, 1994.

14.  Tauber AI. Book review of A Simple Theory of the Self.  David W. Mann. New York: W.W. Norton, 1994.  New England Journal of Medicine 331:1318-1319, 1994.

13.  Tauber AI. Book review of Knowledge, Power, and Practice.  The Anthropology of Medicine and Everyday Life. S. Lindenbaum and M Lock (eds.) Berekeley: University of California Press, 1993. New England Journal of Medicine 330: 1546, 1994.

12.  Tauber AI.  Book review of Science, Technology and the Art of Medicine. C. Delkeskamp-Hayes and M.A.G. Cutter.  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993.New England Journal of Medicine  329:1747-1748, 1993.

11.  Tauber AI.  Book review of A History of Experimental Virology by Alfred Grafe, translated by E. Reckendorf.  Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1991.  ISIS. 84:827-828, 1993.

10.  Tauber AI.  The case of the misapplied paradigm.  Book review of Vital Signs.  Medical Realism in Nineteenth-Century Fiction, by Lawrence Rothfield.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992.  Essays in Criticism. 10:239-246, 1993.

9.     Tauber AI.  Book review of GeneticsEthics and Human Values.  Z. Bankowski and A.M. Capron (eds.)  Geneva: Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences, 1991.  Quarterly Journal of Biology. 68:87-88, 1993.

8.     Tauber AI.  Book review of Psychoneuroimmunology, 2nd Edition, edited by Robert Ader, David L. Felten and Nicholas Cohen.  San Diego: Academic Press, Inc, 1991.New England Journal of Medicine  328:1133-1134, 1993.

7.     Tauber AI.  From history to historiography.  Book review of Goethe’s History of Science by Karl J. Fink.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.  Studies in Romanticism.  32:306-311, 1993.

6.     Gilbert SF, Sarkar S, and Tauber AI.  An introduction: The symposium on The Evolution of Individuality by Leo W. Buss.  Biology and Philosophy  7:461-462, 1992.

5.     Tauber AI.  Book review of Essential Medical Physiology, edited by Leonard R. Johnson.  New York: Raven Press, 1992.  Quarterly Journal of Biology.  67:564, 1992.

4.     Tauber AI.  Book review of Bright Air, Brilliant  Fire On the Matter of the Mind by Gerald M. Edelman.  New York: Basic Books, New England Journal of Medicine  327:1535-1536, 1992.

3.     Margulis L and Tauber AI.  “Foreword” to Larvae and Evolution – Towards a New Zoology by Donald I. Williamson.  New York: Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1992, pp. ix-xvi.

2.     Tauber AI.  The Human Genome Project.  Book review of Exons, Introns, and Talking Genes by Christopher Wills.  New York: Basic Books, 1991 and The Human Blueprint by Robert Shapiro.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991.  New England Journal of Medicine 326:1093-1094, 1992.

1.   Tauber AI.  Book review of The Normal and the Pathological by George Canguilhem, with an Introduction by     Michel Foucault.  Translated by Carolyn R. Fawcett.  New York: ZONE Books. Perspectives in. Biology and Medicine. 34:618-619, 1991.

 

Original scientific papers

85.  Bransburg-Zabary, S., Kenett, D.Y., Dar, G., Madi, A., Merbl, Y., Quintana, F.J., Tauber, A.I., Irun R. Cohen, I. R., and Eshel Ben-Jacob, E.  Individual and meta-immune networks.  Physical Biology,  10 025003 doi:10.1088/1478-3975/10/2/025003.

84. Madi, A., Bransburg-Zabary, S., Kenett, D.Y., Boccaletti, S., Tauber, A.I., Cohen, I.R., 4, and Ben-Jacob, E., Analyses of antigen dependency networks unveil influential antibodies in Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 subjects, In preparation.

83. Madi, A., Kenett, D. Y., Bransburg-Zabary, S., Merbl, Y., Quintana, F. J., Boccaletti, S., Tauber, A.I., Cohen, I. R., Ben-Jacob, E. Analyses of antigen dependency networks unveil immune system reorganization between birth and adulthood, Chaos, 21, 016109 (2011).

82. Madi, A., Kenett, D.Y.,  Sharron Bransburg-Zabary, S., 1,2, Yifat Merbl, Y., Francisco J. Quintana, F. J., Tauber, A. I., Cohen, I.R., and Ben-Jacob, E.  Network theory analysis of antibody-antigen reactivity data: The immune trees at birth and adulthood, PloS ONE, 2011   PLoS ONE 6(3): e17445. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0017445

81.  Madi, A., Hecht, I. Bransburg-Zabary, S., Merbl, Y., Pick, A., Zucker-Toledano, M., Quintana, F. J., Tauber, A. I., Cohen, I. R., and Ben Jacob, E. Organization of the autoantibody repertoire in healthy newborns and adults revealed by a system level informatics of antigen microarray dataPNAS (USA), 106: 14484-14489, 2009:

80.  Wang, J-S, Coburn, JP, Tauber, AI, Zaner, KS.  Role of gelsolin in actin depolymerization of adherent human neutrophils.  Mol. Biol. Cell 8:121-128, 1997.

79.  Mogues, T, Ota, T, Tauber, AI, and Sastry, KN. Characterization of two mannose-binding protein cDNAs from rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta): Structure and evolutionary implications. Glycobiol.  6:543-550, 1996.

78.  Hartshorn, KL, Reid, KBM, White, MR, Chroneos, ZC, Jensenius, JC, Morris, SM, Tauber, AI, Crouch, E.  Neutrophil deactivation by influenza A viruses:  Mechanisms of protection after viral opsonization with collectins and hemagglutination-inhibiting antibodies. Blood. 87:3450-3461, 1996.

77.  Motwani, M, White, RA, Guo, N, Dowler, LL,  Tauber, AI, Sastry, KN.  Mouse surfactant protein-D: cDNA cloning, characterization and gene localization to chromosome 14. J. Immunol. 155:5671-5677, 1995.

76.  Eggleton, P, Ghebrehiwet, B, Sastry, KN, Coburn, JP, Zaner, KS, Reid, BM, Tauber, AI. Identification of a gC1q binding protein (gC1q-R) on the surface of human neutrophils: Subcellular localization and binding properties in comparison with the cC1q-R. J. Clin. Invest. 95:1569-1578, 1995.

75.  Sastry R, Wang J-S, Brown DC, Ezekowitz AB, Tauber AI, Sastry KN. Characterization of murine mannose-binding protein genes Mbl1 and Mbl2 reveals features common to other collectin genes. Mam. Genome. 6:103-110, 1995.

74.  Pagano PJ, Ito Y, Tornheim K, Gallop PM, Tauber AI, Cohen RA.  An NADPH oxidase superoxide-generating system in the rabbit aorta. Am. J. Physiol 268 (Heart Circ. Physiolo. 37):H2274-H2280, 1995.

73.  Hartshorn KL, Liou LS, White MR, Kazhdan MM, Tauber JL, Tauber AI.  Neutrophil deactivation by influenza A virus: Role of hemagglutinin binding to specific sialic-acid bearing cellular proteins.  J. Immunol.  154:3952-3960, 1995.

72.  Eggleton P, Lieu TS, Zappi EG, Sastry KN, Coburn J, Zaner KS, Sontheimer RD, Capra JD, Ghebrehiwet B, Tauber AI.  Calreticulin is released from activated neutrophils and binds to C1q and mannan binding protein.  Clin. Immunol. Immunopath.  72:405-409, 1994.

71.  Liou LS, Sastry R, Hartshorn KL, Lee YM, Okarma TB, Tauber AI, Sastry KN. Bovine conglutinin gene. Exon structure reveals its evolutionary relationship to surfactant protein D.  J. Immunol. 153:173-180, 1994.

70.  Hartshorn KL, Crouch E. White MR, Tauber AI, Chang D, Sastry KN.  Evidence for a protective role of pulmonary surfactant protein D against influenza A viruses.  J. Clin. Invest. 94:311-19, 1994.

69.  Liou LS, Sastry R, Hartshorn KL, Lee YM, Okarma TB, Tauber AI and Sastry KN.  Bovine conglutinin (BC) mRNA is expressed in liver: Cloning and characterization of the BC cDNA reveals strong homology to surfactant protein-D. Gene, 141:277-281, 1994.

68.  Kazhdan MM, White MR, Tauber AI, Hartshorn KL.  The human neutrophil respiratory burst occurs at an intracellular location. J. Leuk. Biol.  56:59-64, 1994.

67.  Eggleton P, Ghebrehiwet B, Coburn JP, Sastry KN, Zaner, KS, Tauber AI.  Characterization of the human C1q receptor and functional effects of free ligand on activated neutrophils.  Blood, 84:1640-1649, 1994.

66.  Wang JS, Pavlotsky N, Tauber AI, Zaner K.  Assembly dynamics of actin in adherent human neutrophils.  Cell Motility Cytoskel.  26:340-348,1993.

65.  Hartshorn KL, Sastry K, White MR, Anders EM, Super M, Ezekowitz RA and Tauber AI.  Human mannose-binding protein functions as an opsonin for influenza A viruses.  J. Clin. Invest.  91:1414-1420, 1993.

64.  Meers P, Mealy T, Tauber AI.  Annexin I interactions with human neutrophil granules: Fusogenicity and coaggregation with plasma membrane vesicles.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1147:177-184, 1993.

63.  Hartshorn KL, Sastry K, Brown D, White MR, Okarma TB, Lee Y-M and Tauber AI.  Conglutinin acts as an opsonin for influenza A viruses.. J. Immunol.  151:6265-6273, 1993.

62.  Meers P, Mealy T, Pavlotsky N, Tauber AI.  Annexin I-mediated vesicular aggregation: mechanism and role in human neutrophils.  Biochemistry 31:6372-6382, 1992.

61.  Oh SK, Kim SH, Abbruzzi G, Adler WH and Tauber AI.  Quantitative differentiation of the haptoglobin-related gene product from haptoglobin in human plasma: A possible test for tumor-associated antigen.  Hybridoma 11:1-12, 1992.

60.  Matzner Y, Bar-Ner M, Ishai-Michael R, Vlodavsky I and Tauber AI.  Subcellular localization of heparanase in human neutrophils.  J. Leuk. Biol. 51:519-524, 1992.

59.  Ginis I, Zaner K, Tauber AI.  Comparison of actin changes in plastic and fibronectin-adherent human neutrophils.  J. Immunol. 149:1388-1394, 1992.

58.  Daignault DE, Hartshorn KL, Liou LS, Abbruzzi GM, White MR, Oh SK, Tauber AI.  Influenza A virus binding to human neutrophils and cross-linking requirements for activation. Blood 80:3227-3234, 1992.

57.  Hartshorn KL, Daigneault DE, White M, Tuvin M, Tauber JL, Tauber AI.  Comparison of influenza A virus and formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine activation of the human neutrophil.  Blood 79:1049-1057, 1992.

56.  Hartshorn KL, Daigneault DE, White MR and Tauber AI.  Anomalous features of human neutrophil activation by influenza A virus are shared by related viruses and sialic acid-binding lectins.  J. Leuk. Biol. 51:230-236, 1992.

55.  Oshry L, Meers P, Mealy T, Tauber AI.  Annexin-mediated membrane fusion in human neutrophils. Trans. Assoc. Am. Phys. 104:213-220, 1991.

54.  Oshry L, Meers P, Mealy T, Tauber AI.  Protein-mediated calcium-dependent membrane fusion in human neutrophils: A possible role for annexins and a plasma membrane protein.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1066:239-244, 1991.

53.  Myers JB, Contiello, HF, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  Phorbol ester-stimulated human neutrophil membrane depolarization is determined by calcium dependent chloride efflux.  Am. J. Physiol. 259 (Cell Physiol. 28):C531-C540, 1990.

52.  Karnad AB, Hartshorn KL, and Tauber AI.  Effect of nisoldipine on priming and activation of the human neutrophil respiratory burst.  Agents and Actions.  31:79-85, 1990.

51.  Hartshorn KL, Wright J Collamer MA, White MR and Tauber AI.  Human neutrophil stimulation by influenza virus: Relationship of cytoplasmic pH changes to cell activation.  Am. J. Physiol.  258 (Cell Physiol. 27):C1070-C1076, 1990.

50.  Khachatrian L, Rubins J, Dexter D, Manning E, Tauber AI and Dickey B.  Subcellular distribution and characterization of GTP-binding proteins in human neutrophils. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1054:237-245, 1990.

49.  Oh SK, Pavlotsky N and Tauber AI.  Specific binding of haptoglobin to human neutrophils and functional consequences.  J. Leuk. Biol. 47:142-148, 1990.

48.  Ginis I and Tauber AI.  Activation mechanisms of adherent human neutrophils.  Blood 76:1233-1239, 1990.

47.  Hartshorn KL, Collamer M, White MR, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  Characterization of influenza A virus activation of the human neutrophil.  Blood 75:218-226, 1990.

46.  Wright J, Bastian N, Davis TA, Zuo C, Yoshimoto S, Orme-Johnson WH, Tauber AI.  Structural characterization of the isoenzymatic forms of human myeloperoxidase: evaluation of the iron-containing prosthetic group. Blood 75:238-241, 1990.

45.  Tauber AI, Pavlotsky N, Lin JS and Rice PA.  Inhibition of human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by chlamydia serovars E, K and L2.  Inf. Immun. 57:1108-1112, 1989.

44.  Karnad AB, Hartshorn KL, Wright J, Myers JB, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  Priming of human neutrophils with N-formylmethionylleucine-phenylalanine by a pertussis toxin-insensitive pathway.  Blood 74:2519-2526, 1989.

43.  Tauber AI, Cox JA, Carrol PM, Nakakuma H, Blumberg PM.  Activation of human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by protein kinase-C catalytic fragment. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.  158:884-890, 1989.

42.  Sako T, Tauber AI, Jeng AY, Yuspa SH, Blumberg PM.  Contrasting actions of staurosporine, a protein kinase C inhibitor, on human neutrophils and primary mouse epidermal cells. Can. Res. 48:4646-4650, 1988.

41.  Hartshorn KL, Collamer M, Auerbach M, Myers J, Pavlotsky N and Tauber AI.  Effects of influenza virus on human neutrophil calcium (Ca++) metabolism.  J. Immunol.  141:1295-1301, 1988.

40.  Wright J, Maridonneau-Parini I, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  The role of the Na+/H+ antiporter in the human neutrophil respiratory burst.  J. Leuk. Biol. 43:183-186, 1988.

39.  Williamson KC, Tauber AI and Navarro J.  Nisoldepine inhibits the formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (fMet-Leu-Phe) receptor-coupled calcium transport in human neutrophils. J. Leuk. Biol. 42:239-244, 1987.

38.  Wright J, Yoshimoto S, Offner GD, Blanchard RA, Troxler R, Tauber AI.  Structural characterization of the isoenzymatic forms of human myeloperoxidase. Biochim. Biophys. Acta.  915:68-76, 1987.

37.  Maridonneau-Parini I, Tauber AI.  Activation of NADPH-oxidase by arachidonic acid involves phospholipase A2 in intact human neutrophils but not in the cell-free system.  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 138:1099-1105, 1986.

36.  Maridonneau-Parini I, Tringale SM, Tauber AI.  Identification of distinct activationpathways of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase.  J. Immunol. 137:2925-2929, 1986.

35.  Cox JA, Jeng AY, Blumberg PM and Tauber AI.  Comparison of sub-cellular activation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by arachidonic acid, sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), and phorbol myristate acetate (PMA). J. Immunol. 138:1884-1888, 1987.

34.  Newburger PE, Luscinskas W, Ryan T, Beard CJ, Wright J, Platt OS, Simons ER and Tauber AI.  Variant chronic granulomatous disease: Modulation of the neutrophil defect by severe infection.  Blood 68:914-919, 1986.

33.  Kanofsky JR, Wright J, Tauber AI.  Effect of ascorbic acid on the production of singlet oxygen by purified human myeloperoxidase.  FEBS Lett. 187:299-301, 1985.

32.  Bjornson BJ, McIntyre AP, Harvey JM, Tauber AI.  Studies of the effects of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole on human granulopoiesis.  Am. J. Hematol.  23:1-7, 1986.

31.  Cox JA, Jeng AY, Sharkey NA, Blumberg PM, Tauber AI.  Activation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by protein kinase C.  J. Clin. Invest. 76:1932-1938, 1985.

30.  Sehgal RK, Sengupta SK, Waxman DJ, Tauber AI.  Enzymatic and chemical reduction of 2-deaminoactinomycins to free radicals.  Anti-Cancer Drug Design 1:13-25, 1985.

29.  Wright J, Schwartz JH, Olson R, Kosowsky JM, Tauber AI.  Proton secretion by the Na+/H+ antiporter in the human neutrophil.  J. Clin. Invest.  77:782-788, 1986.

28.  Tauber AI, Wright J, Higson FK, Edelman SA, Waxman DJ.  Purification and characterization of the human neutrophil NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase.  Blood 66:673-678, 1985.

27.  Higson FK, Durbin L, Pavlotsky N, Tauber AI.  Studies of cytochrome b-245 translocation in the PMA stimulation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase. J. Immunol. 135:519-524, 1985.

26.  Pagnosis C, Tauber AI, Pavlotsky N, Simons ER.  Flavonoid impairment of neutrophil response.  Biochem. Pharm.  18:255-260, 1985.

25.  Novich M, Gillis L, Tauber AI.  The laboratory test justifed: An effective means to reduce routine laboratory testing.  Am. J. Clin. Path. 84:756-759, 1985.

24.  Borregaard N, Boxer LA, Smolen JE, Tauber AI.  Anomalous neutrophil granule distribution in a patient with lactoferrin deficiency: pertinence to the respiratory burst.  Am. J. Hematol. 18:255-260, 1985.

23.  Kanofsky JR, Wright J, Miles-Richardson GE, Tauber AI.  Biochemical requirements for singlet oxygen production by purified human myeloperoxidase.  J. Clin. Invest. 74:1489-1495, 1984.

22.  Borregaard N, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  Proton secretion by stimulated neutrophils: Significance of hexose monophosphate shunt activity as source of electrons and protons for the respiratory burst.  J. Clin. Invest. 74:455-459, 1984.

21.  Borregaard N, Tauber AI.  Subcellular localization of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase: b-cytochrome and associated flavoprotein.  J. Biol. Chem. 259:47-52, 1984.

20.  Tauber AI, Fay JR, Marletta MA.  Flavonoid inhibition of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase.  Biochem. Pharm.  33:1367-1369, 1984.

19.  Lee CW, Lewis RA, Tauber AI, Mehrotra M, Corey EJ, Austen KF.  The myeloperoxidase-dependent metabolism of leukotrienes C4, D4, and E4 to 6-trans-leukotriene B4 diasteroisomeric sulfoxides. J. Biol. Chem. 258:15004-15010, 1983.

18.  Tauber AI, Simons ER.  Dissociation of human neutrophil membrane depolarization, respiratory burst stimulation, and phospholipid metabolism by quinacrine. FEBS Lett. 156:161-164, 1983.

17.  Badwey JA, Tauber AI, Karnovsky ML.  Properties of NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase from human neutrophils.  Blood 62:152-157, 1983.

16.  Newburger PE, Robinson JM, Pryzwansky KB, Rosoff PM, Greenberger JS, Tauber AI.  Human neutrophil dysfunction with giant granules and defective activation of the respiratory burst.  Blood 61:1247-1257, 1983.

15.  Curnutte JT, Tauber AI.  Failure to detect superoxide in human neutrophils stimulated with latex particles.  Ped. Res. 17:281-284, 1983.

14.  Newburger PE, Tauber AI.  Heterogeneous pathways of oxidizing radical production in human neutrophils and the HL-60 cell line.  Ped. Res. 16:856-860, 1982.

13.  Lee CW, Lewis RA, Corey EJ, Barton A, Oh H, Tauber AI, Austen KF.  Oxidative inactivation of LTC4 by stimulated human polymorphonuclear leukocytes.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 79:4166-4170, 1982.

12.  Tauber AI, Brettler DB, Kennington EA, Blumberg PM.  Relation of human neutrophil phorbol ester receptor occupancy and NADPH-oxidase activity.  Blood 60:333-339, 1982.

11.  Ginzberg CH, Braden GL, Tauber AI, Trier JS.  Oral clortrimazole in the treatment of esophageal candidiasis. Am. J. Med.  71:891-895, 1981.

10.  Tauber AI, Roberts MF.  31P NMR spectroscopy of phorbol myristate acetate stimulated polymorphonuclear human leukocytes.  FEBS Lett. 129:105-108, 1981.

9.     Tauber AI, Goetzl EJ.  Inhibition of complement-mediated functions of human neutrophils by impermeant stilbene disulfonic acids.  J. Immunol. 126:1786-1789, 1981.

8.     Light DR, Walsh C, O’Callaghan AM, Goetzl EJ, Tauber AI.  Characteristics of the cofactor requirements for the O2- - generating NADPH-oxidase of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Biochemistry 20:1468-1476, 1981.

7.     Goetzl EJ, Derian CK, Tauber AI, Valone FH.  Novel effects of 1-0-hexadecyl-2-acyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphorycholine mediators on human leukocyte function: Delineation of the specific roles of the acyl substituents.  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 94:881-888, 1980.

6.     Goetzl EJ, Brash AR, Tauber AI, Oates JA, Hubbard WC.  Modulation of human neutrophil function by monohydroxyeicosatetraenoic acids.  Immunology 39:491-501, 1980.

5.     Tauber AI, Goetzl EJ.  Structural and catalytic properties of the solubilized superoxide-generating activity of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes.  Solubilization, stabilization in solution, and partial characterization.  Biochemistry 18:5576-5584, 1979.

4.     Tauber AI, Goetzl EJ, Babior BM.  Unique characteristics of superoxide production by human eosinophils in eosinophilic states.  Inflammation 3:261-272, 1979.

3.     Tauber AI, Gabig T, Babior BM.  Evidence for the production of oxidizing radicals by the particulate O2–forming system from human neutrophils.  Blood 53:666-676, 1979.

2.     Tauber AI, Babior BM.  Evidence for hydroxyl radical production by human neutrophils.  J. Clin. Invest.  60:374-379, 1977.

1.     Tauber AI, Kaliner M, Stechschulte DJ, Austen KF.  Immunologic release of histamine and slow reacting substance of anaphylaxis from human lung.  V. Effect of prostaglandins on release of histamine.  J. Immunol. 111:27-32, 1973.

 

Scientific reviews, letters, and book chapters

23.  Podolsky S, Tauber AI.  Yogurt for Candidal vaginitis (Letter).  Ann. Int. Med. 117:345-346, 1992.

22.  Hartshorn KL, Daigneault DE, Tauber AI.  Phagocyte responses to viral infection, in Inflammation.  Basic Principles and Clinical Correlates.  2nd Edition, JI Gallin, IM Goldstein, R Snyderman (eds.).  New York: Raven Press, 1992, pp. 1017-1031.

21.  Daignault DE, Hartshorn KL, Tauber AI.  Influenza A virus activation of the human neutrophil: A case of promiscuous binding? in Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Inflammation: Receptors of Inflammatory Cells. C.C. Cochrane and M. Gimbrone, ed. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, 1990, pp. 113-136.

20.  Hartshorn KL, Karnad AB, Tauber AI.  Influenza A virus and the neutrophil.  A model of natural immunity.  J. Leuk. Biol.  47:176-186, 1990.

19.  Tauber AI.  Tissue destruction by neutrophils (Letter).  N. Eng. J. Med. p. 328, 1989.

18.  Tauber AI, Karnad AB, Ginis I.  The role of phosphorylation in phagocyte activation, in Current Topics in Membranes and Transport: Mechanisms of Leukocyte Activation ed. S. Grinstein and O.D. Rotstein, San Diego; Academic Press, 1990, pp. 469-494.

17.  Tauber AI, Karnad AB, Hartshorn KL, Myers JB, Schwartz JH.  Parameters of neutrophil activation: Models of priming and deactivation.  In Biochemistry of the Acute Allergic Reaction, Fifth International Symposium. New York, Alan R. Liss, , 1989, pp. 297-309.

16.  Hartshorn KL, Tauber AI.  The influenza virus-infected phagocyte: A model of deactivation.  Hem. Onc. Clin. N. Am., Vol. 2, pp. 301-315, 1988.

15.  Tauber AI, Blanchard RA.  Congenital methemoglibinemia with cytochrome b5 deficiency (Letter).  N. Eng. J. Med.  315:894, 1986.

14.  Tauber AI.  American Medicine (Letter).  Commentary 81:10-11, 1986.

13.  Tauber AI, Yoshimoto S, Tringale SM, Myers J and Klitzman D.  The human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase: The electron transport chain for killing In: Redox Functions of the Eukaryotic Plasma Membrane. J.M. Ramirez, ed., Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, pp. 213-230, 1987.

12.  Tauber AI.  Protein kinase C and the activation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase.  Blood 69:711-720, 1987.

11.  Tauber AI, Babior BM.  Neutrophil oxygen reduction: The enzymes and the products.  Free Rad. Biol. Med.  1:265-308, 1985.

10.  Bessman JD, Moake JL, Tauber AI, Zimmerman T.  Laboratory Hematology.  In: Feinstein DI, Gams RA, Goodnight S, and McArthur JR, Jr., eds.  Hematology 1984, The Education Program of the American Society of Hematology.  pp. 49-55, 1984.

9.     Tauber AI.  Phagocyte NADPH-oxidase.  In: Greenwald R, Ed.  CRC Handbook of Methods for Oxygen Radical Research. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, pp. 25-30, 1985.

8.     Tauber AI, Borregaard N, Simons ER, Wright J.  Chronic granulomatous disease: A syndrome of phagocyte oxidase deficiencies.  Medicine 62:286-309, 1983.

7.     Newburger PE, Speier C, Whitin JC, Simons ER, Tauber AI.  Oxy-radical production by human myeloid cell line HL-60.  In: Greenwald, RA and Cohen G, eds.  Oxy Radicals and Their Scavenger Systems.  Vol.  II: Cellular and Medical Aspects. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc.  65-68, 1983.

6.     Tauber AI.  The human neutrophil oxygen armory.  Trends Biochem. Sci.  7:411-414, 1982.

5.     Karnovsky ML, Badwey JA, Tauber AI.  How, where, and why phagocytic leukocytes produce superoxide and peroxide.  In: Bloch K, Bolis L, Tosteson DC, eds. Membranes, Molecules, Toxins, and Cells.  Boston: John Wright and PSG, Inc., 163-173, 1981.

4.     Tauber AI.  Current views of neutrophil dysfunction: An integrated clinical perspective.  Am. J. Med.  70:1237-1247, 1981.

3.     Tauber AI, Babior BM.  O2- and host defense: The production and fate of O2-  i in neutrophils.  Photochem. Photobiol. 28:701-709, 1978.

2.     Tauber AI, Kaliner M, Stechschulte DJ, Austen KF.  The effect of prostaglandins on the immunological release of histamine from human lung tissue.  In: Kahn R, Lands W, eds.  Prostaglandins and cyclic AMP: Biological actions and clinical applications. New York: Academic Press, 29-48, 1973.

1.     Tauber AI.  The Last Puritan  (Letter) N. Eng. J. Med.  284:922-923, 1971.

 

Scientific abstracts

47.  Tsu-san L, Zappi E, Capra JD, Sontheimer RD, Ghebrehiwet B, Eggleton P, Sastry KN, Tauber AI. The human C1q receptor and calreticulin share cross-reactive epitopes. Arth. Rheum. 36:S241, 1993.

46.  Eggleton P, Sastry K, Ghebrehiwet B, Lieu T-S, Zapp EG, Capra JD, Sonthiemer RD and Tauber AI.  Detection of calreticulin on the surface of human neutrophils: Immunological cross reactivity with the C1q receptor.  Blood. 82:509a, Suppl. 1, 1993.

45.  Liou LS, Sastry R, Hartshorn KL, Lee YM, Okarma TB, Tauber AI and Sastry KN.  Molecular cloning and characterization of bovine conglutinin.  Mol. Biol. Cell. 4 Suppl. 1:194a, 1993.

44.  Sastry KN, Tauber AI.  Structure of the murine mannose-binding protein-C gene. J. Cell. Biochem.  16D:149, 1992.

43.  Hartshorn KL, White MR, Kazhdan MM, Tauber JL and Tauber AI.  Dissociation of influenza A virus activation from deactivation of human neutrophils.  Blood,  78:433a, 1991.

42.  Hartshorn KL, Liou L, Sastry KN and Tauber AI.  Effects of mannose binding protein on influenza A virus activation of the human neutrophil.  J. Cell Biol. 115:361a, 1991.

41.  Meers P, Mealy T, Pavlotsky N and Tauber, AI.  Characterization of annexin I-mediated fusion of neutrophil membranes.  J. Cell Biol. 115:252a, 1991.

40.  Oshry L, Meers P, Mealy T, Tauber AI.  Protein-mediated calcium-dependent membrane fusion in human neutrophils:  A possible role for annexins and a plasma membrane protein.  Clin. Res. 39:352a, 1991.

39.  Ginis I, Zaner K, Tauber AI.  Comparison of actin changes in plastic and fibronectin-adherent cells.  Blood. 76:181a, 1990.

38.  Tauber AI, Ginis I, Zaner, K.  Human neutrophil F actin depolymerization on fibronectin coated-surfaces.  J. Leuk. Biol. Supple.  1:27, 1990.

37.  Daigneault DE and Tauber AI. Characterization of unique surface receptors on human neutrophils for the ligands Con-A, WGA, and IAV hemagglutinin.  Clin. Res.38:590A, 1990.

36.  Hartshorn KL and Tauber AI.  Anomalous characteristics of human neutrophil activation by ortho- and para myxoviruses.  Clin. Res. 38:596A, 1990.

35.  Hartshorn KL, White MR, Tuvin M and Tauber AI.  Distinctive features of neutrophil activation by influenza A virus.  Blood 74:335a, 1989.

34.  Hartshorn KL, Wright J and Tauber AI.  Human neutrophil response to influenza virus: Dissociation of pH change and calcium metabolism. Clin. Res. 37:546A, 1989.

33.  Ginis I and Tauber AI.  Definition of protein kinase C dependent activation of adherent human neutrophils. Clin. Res.  37:545A, 1989.

32.  Hartshorn KL, Collamer MA and Tauber AI.  Influenza A virus induced human neutrophil activation via a pertussis toxin (PT) insensitive, calcium (Ca2+) dependent pathway. Blood 72:146A, 1988.

31.  Karnad AB, Hartshorn KL and Tauber AI.  Priming of human neutrophils with N-formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (FMLP) by a Pertussis Toxin (PT) insensitive pathway.  Clin. Res. 36:796A, 1988.

30.  Myers JB, Schwartz JH and Tauber AI.  Human neutrophil membrane depolarization is dependent on calcium (Ca2+)-regulated chloride (Cl-) efflux. Clin. Res.36:796A, 1988.

29.  Tauber AI, Karnad AB, Hartshorn KL.  Role of calcium metabolism in priming and deactivation of the human neutrophil.  FASEB J.  2:A873, 1988.

28.  Khachatrian L and Tauber AI.  The presence of G-proteins in human neutrophil specific granules. Clin. Res.  36:566a, 1988.

27.  Maridonneau-Parini I, Tauber AI.  Some insights on the regulation mechanism of superoxide generation in human neutrophils.  In Proc. 4th Symposium on Marker Proteins inInflammation. Bio Merieux, Paris.  p. 59, 1987.

26.  Tauber AI, Cox JA, Carrol PM, Nakakuma H, Blumberg PM.  Activation of human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase in vitro by the catalytic fragment of protein kinase C. Blood 70:96a, 1987.

25.  Hartshorn KL, Tauber AI.  Effects of influenza virus A on human neutrophil calcium (Ca++) metabolism: A model of deactivation.  Blood 70:89a, 1987.

24.  Wright J, Maridonneau-Parini I, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  The role of the Na+/H+ antiporter in the human neutrophil respiratory burst.  Blood 68:88a, 1986.

23.  Tauber AI, Myers JB, Tringale SM, Pavlotsky N, Schwartz JH.  Human neutrophil membrane depolarization is dependent on calcium-regulated potassium conductance, a process independent of respiratory burst activation.  Blood 68:87a, 1986.

22.  Maridonneau-Parini I, Tauber AI.  Differentiation of activation pathways of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase. Clin. Res. 34:661a, 1986.

21.  Tauber AI, Cox JA, Jeng AY, Blumberg PM.  Sub-cellular activation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by arachidonic acid and sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) is independent of protein kinase C.  Clin. Res. 34:664a, 1986.

20.  Williamson KC, Tauber AI, Navarro J.  Formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (fMet-Leu-Phe) receptor-coupled calcium transport in human neutrophils: Identification of dihydropyridine receptors.  Biophys. J. 49:429a, 1986.

19.  Wright J, Offner GD, Troxler R, Tauber AI.  Structural characterization of the subunits of human myeloperoxidase. Blood 66:95a, 1985.

18.  Tauber AI, Cox JA, Jeng AY, Newburger PE, Blumberg PM.  Activation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase by protein kinase C.  J. Cell. Biol. 101:23a, 1985.

17.  Tauber AI, Higson FK.  Studies of cytochrome b-245 translocation in PMA stimulation of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase.  Eur. J. Clin. Invest. 15:49a, 1985.

16.  Tauber AI, Wright J, Higson FK, Edelman SA.  Purification and subcellular localization of human neutrophil NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase.  Blood 64:74a, 1984.

15.  Wright J, Schwartz J, Kosowsky J, Pavlotsky N, Tauber AI.  The human neutrophil amiloride sensitive Na+/H+ antiporter: Significance and characterization.  Blood64:73a, 1984.

14.  Pagonis C, Tauber AI, Simons ER.  Flavonoid impairment of the neutrophil respiratory burst. Fed. Proc.  43:531, 1984.

13.  Borregaard N, Schwartz JH, Tauber AI.  Hexose monophosphate shunt activity in human neutrophils: Electron source for the NADPH-oxidase and significance of carbonic acid generated for H+ secretion.  Eur. J. Clin. Invest. 14:1, 1984.

12.  Boxer LA, Borregaard N, Smolen JE, Tauber AI.  Abnormal distribution of neutrophil b-cytochrome and flavoprotein in a patient with lactoferrin deficiency.  Blood62:77a, 1983.

11.  Kanofsky JR, Tauber AI.  Non-physiologic production of singlet oxygen by human neutrophils and by the myeloperoxidase-H2O2-halide system.  Blood 62:82a, 1983.

10.  Borregaard N, Tauber AI.  Subcellular localization of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase b-cytochrome and associated flavoprotein.  J. Cell. Biol. 97:419a, 1983.

9.     Tauber AI, Fay JR, Marletta MA.  Flavonoid inhibition of the human neutrophil NADPH-oxidase.  Fed. Proc.  42:2063, 1983.

8.     Tauber AI, Brettler DB, Kennington EA, Blumberg PM.  Relation of human neutrophil phorbol ester receptor occupancy and NADPH-oxidase activity.  Blood 58:226, 1981.

7.     Goldman DW, Tauber AI, O’Callaghan AM, Goetzl EJ.  Modulation by oxygen radicals of the lipoxygenation of arachidonic acid in human neutrophils.  Fed. Proc.  39:565, 1980.

6.     Tauber AI, O’Callaghan AM, Goetzl EJ.  Stimulus-dependent characteristics of NADPH oxidation by human neutrophils.  Blood 54:80A, 1979.

5.     Tauber AI, Goetzl EJ.  Subcellular localization and solubilization of the superoxide-generating activities of human neutrophils.  Blood 52:128, 1978.

4.     Tauber AI, Curnutte JT.  The dissociation of oxygen consumption from O2- production in the human neutrophil.  Blood 52:128, 1978.

3.     Tauber AI, Babior BM.  Hydroxyl radical (OH.) production by human polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs).  Clin. Res. 480A, 1977.

2.     Tauber AI, Goetzl EJ, Babior BM.  The production of superoxide (O2-) by human eosiniphils.  Blood 48:968, 1976.

1.     Tauber AI, Kaliner M, Stechschulte DJ, Austen KF.  The effect of prostaglandins on the immunologic release of histamine from human lung tissue.  J. Aller. Clin. Immunol.  51:106, 1973.