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microbiologist

[‚mī·krō·bī′äl·ə·jist]
(microbiology)
A scientist that studies a wide range of microorganisms in various subdisciplines of biology, such as bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, and virology.
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A coroner is to write to the HSE chief urging him to appoint a microbiologist to St Columcille's Hospital in Dublin because of the shocking number of superbug-related deaths there during a seven-month period last year.
Personally, I believe only microbiologists can easily pronounce words like ophthalmopathy.
Research by microbiologists at UCLH showed that bacterial levels fall by 70 percent if keyboards are cleaned every twelve hours and that compliance with keyboard cleaning protocols increased to 87 percent with Medigenic.
Cruise through the ``Hall of Fame,'' filled with profiles of influential scientists and current leading microbiologists who study germs for a living.
The 97th general meeting of the American Society for Microbiology has a lot in store for the laboratory microbiologist who won't mind a springtime jaunt down to Miami Beach (May 4-8, 1997).
Studies in the past few decades have suggested that some bacteria that normally live in the intestines can degrade oxalate, says microbiologist Steven Daniel of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.
The virus ``clears more rapidly than we thought,'' said Ashley Haase, a microbiologist at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and chief author of the paper in Science.
While I have neither of these under my belt, I still consider myself a full-fledged microbiologist.
NANOLOGIX NAMES MICROBIOLOGIST TO HYDROGEN GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES TEAM
Microbiologist Chitra Wendakoon of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces worked with several common types offood-borne bacteria, such as strains of salmonella, listeria, and shigella.
We are seeing a miniparadigm shift,'' said Norman Pace, a microbiologist at the University of California at Berkeley.
The blast releases the trash's nutrients, says microbiologist Ernest Yu, who is working on the process.

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