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  • r  from the point of view of immunology

  • These in turn could produce transplants that are immunologically identical to the original host and therefore won't be rejected.
  • Fetal cells, Gale explains, are "immunologically naive": during the early stages of pregnancy, they have not yet developed all the antigens, or distinctive surface proteins, that .
  • I don't think that we have a really good handle for what's going on immunologically.

  • David Baltimore in BBC News
    This is a huge challenge because to control HIV immunologically the scientific community has to beat out nature, do something that nature, with its advantage of four billion years of evolution, has not been able to do,Prof Baltimore said....
  • Jean-Michel Dubernard in Channel News Asia
    She is "doing well, physically, immunologically and psychologically," added Professor Jean-Michel Dubernard, a transplant pioneer who performed the first ever double hand graft five years ago.

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