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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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