Singh, N.J.(2016)
      Self-reactivity as the necessary cost of maintaining a diverse memory T cell repertoire.
            Pathogens and Disease.   (in press)
Abdi, K, and Singh, N.J.(2015)
      Making Many From Few :   IL-12p40 as a model for the combinatorial assembly of heterodimeric cytokines.
            Cytokine.   Nov;76(1):53-7.
Abdi, K, Singh, N.J., Spooner, E, Kessler, B.M., Radaev, S., Lantz, L, Xiao, T.S., Matzinger,P., Sun, P.D., Ploegh, H.L.(2014)
      Free IL-12p40 Monomer Is a Polyfunctional Adaptor for Generating Novel IL-12-like Heterodimers Extracellularly.
            Journal of Immunology.;192(12):6028-36
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Singh, N. J., Bando, J.K. and Schwartz, R.H. (2012)
      Subsets of non-clonal neighboring CD4+ T cells specifically regulate the frequency of individual antigen-reactive T cells
            Immunity, 37 (4): 735–746
Steinert, E., Schwartz, R.H., and Singh, N. J.(2012)
      At low precursor frequencies the helper T cell response to chronic self-antigen presentation in vivo, is followed by anergy without deletion.
           European Journal of Immunolology, 42:1-6
Oh, S., Schwartz, R.H., and Singh, N. J. (2012)
      Development and tolerization of hyperacute rejection in a transgenic GVH model.
           Transplantation. 94: 3, 234-240
Abdi, K., Singh, N. J. and Matzinger, P. (2012),
      Lipopolysaccharide-Activated Dendritic Cells: "Exhausted" or Alert and Waiting?.
           Journal of Immunology, 188: 5981-5989.
Quiel, J., Caucheteux, S., Laurence, A., Singh, N. J., Bocharov, G., Ben-Sasson, S. Z., Grossman, Z. and Paul, W. E. (2011),
      Antigen-stimulated CD4 T-cell expansion is inversely and log-linearly related to precursor number.
           Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 108: 3312-3317.
Abdi, K. and Singh, N. J. (2010),
      Antigen-activated T cells induce IL-12p75 production from dendritic cells in an IFN-gamma-independent manner.
           Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 72: 511-521.
Singh, N. J., Cox, M. and Schwartz, R. H. (2007),
      TLR ligands differentially modulate T cell responses to acute and chronic antigen presentation.
           Journal of Immunology, 179: 7999-8008.
Singh, N. J. and Schwartz, R. H. (2006),
      The Lymphopenic mouse in Immunology.
           Immunity. 25: 851-855.
Singh, N. J. and Schwartz, R. H. (2006),
      Mechanisms of Immunologic Tolerance
           Nature Clinical Practise Rheumatology 2:(1) 44-52
Abdi, K., Singh, N.J. and Matzinger, P. (2006),
      T-cell control of IL-12p75 production.
           Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 64: 83-92.
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Singh, N. J., Chen, C. and Schwartz, R. H. (2006),
      The impact of T cell intrinsic antigen adaptation on peripheral immune tolerance.
           PLoS Biology 4: e340.
Sojka, D. K., Bruniquel, D., Schwartz, R. H. and Singh, N. J. (2004),
      IL-2 secretion by CD4+ T cells in vivo is rapid, transient, and influenced by TCR-specific competition.
           Journal of Immunology, 172: 6136-6143.
Singh, N. J. and Schwartz, R. H. (2003),
      The strength of persistent antigenic stimulation modulates adaptive tolerance in peripheral CD4+ T cells.
           Journal of Experimental Medicine 198: 1107-1117.
Sehgal, A., Singh, N. J., Chakraborty, T. and Sharma, S. (2004),
      A protective merozoite protein of Plasmodium falciparum shares an epitope with surface antigens of Paramecium.
           Parasite Immunology 26: 219-227.
Chatterjee, S., Singh, S., Sohoni, R., Singh, N. J., Vaidya, A., Long, C. and Sharma, S.(2000),
      Antibodies against ribosomal phosphoprotein P0 of Plasmodium falciparum protect mice against challenge with Plasmodium yoelii.
           Infection & Immunity 68: 4312-4318.
Singh, N. J., Sehgal, A. and Sharma, S. (2000),
      Characterization of a differential immunoscreen epitope of Plasmodium falciparum using combinatorial agents.
           Parasite Immunology 22: 333-340.
Sharma, S., Goswami, A., Singh, N. J., Kabilan, L. and Deodhar, S. S. (1996),
      Immunogenicity of the non-repetitive regions of the circumsporozoite protein of Plasmodium knowlesi.
           American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 55: 635-641.