immunobiology

immunobiology
noun

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immunobiologic /im'yeuh noh buy'euh loj"ik, i myooh'-/, immunobiological, adj.immunobiologist, n.
/im'yeuh noh buy ol"euh jee, i myooh'-/, n.
the study of the immune response and the biological aspects of immunity to disease.
[1955-60; IMMUNO- + BIOLOGY]

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