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Sabin

 [sa´bin]
Albert Bruce (1906–1993). American virologist, born in Bialystok, Poland; he developed an oral vaccine against poliomyelitis; see poliovirus vaccine live oral.
Albert Bruce Sabin. Courtesy Sabin Vaccine Institute.

Sa·bin

(sā'bĭn),
Albert B., Polish-U.S. virologist, 1906-1993. See: Sabin vaccine, Sabin-Feldman dye test.

sabin

An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of acoustic absorbance.
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Regarding his new role at Spinal Restoration, Sabins commented, "Improving the quality of life through advancing medical technologies has always been a passion for me.
In the coming months, Sabins will continue to build his executive team and expand the company's Clinical and Scientific Advisory Boards to begin the regulatory approval process for the company's products.
Sabins enjoyed gardening, camping and working on cars.
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Sabins is former president of Sulzer Orthopedics Inc.