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immunologist

[‚im·yə′näl·ə·jəst]
(immunology)
A person who specializes in immunology.
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In a motion submitted last week before the Sandiganbayan's Third Division, Binay asked the Court to allow him to travel to the US with his six-year-old daughter to see allergologist and immunologist Dr.
Great Ormond Street Hospital in London has a number of paediatric immunologists
The potential for therapies derived from milk is "enormous, absolutely tremendous," says Marian Kruzel, an immunologist at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston.
Together with Gallo, microbial immunologist Robert Modlin of UCLA and his colleagues moved closer to that goal: They evaluated the vitamin's role in fending off the tuberculosis (TB) germ Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Brigitte Huber, an immunologist at Tufts University School of Medicine near Boston.
Immunologist Laure Aurelian of the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore says it isn't clear whether the new vaccine represents an improvement over Delta PK, which has also outperformed virus-protein and DNA-based herpes vaccines by eliciting antibody and T cell responses.
That suggests that a dearth of antioxidant proteins in the lungs leaves the mice "with less of a defense against oxidative stress [from free radicals] produced by the cigarette smoke," says study coauthor Tirumalai Rangasamy, an immunologist at Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions in Baltimore.
Alternatively, the infusion of new bacteria into the gut may temporarily distract the immune system from attacking the joints but not permanently improve arthritis, says government immunologist James Chin of New South Wales Agriculture in Camden, Australia.
It's a wild idea, and it's hard to imagine how it would happen," says immunologist Rick L.

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