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immunologist

 [im″u-nol´o-jist]
a specialist in immunology.

im·mu·nol·o·gist

(im'yū-nol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in the science of immunology.
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Ultraclean lab mice can't emulate the sort of history most human immune systems experience, says Tiffany Reese, a viral immunologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
Great Ormond Street Hospital in London has a number of paediatric immunologists
"How do we know if some of these studies were using real echinacea unless they had their preparations analyzed?" asks immunologist Tim Lee.
This study and others suggest that it also takes an environmental trigger, such as an infection, to set off the disease, says immunologist Janko Nikolich-Zugich of the University of Arizona in Tucson.
"This study contributes to a growing body of literature showing that signals from commensal bacteria can have an impact on immune cells in multiple tissues," said David Artis, an immunologist at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Czech medical practitioner and immunologist, Dr Jan Lichnovsky will be the guest speaker, outlining how the Viofor magnetic resonance stimulation system can help assist the body in rehabiliation, pain relief and symptom control for conditions such as asthma and circulatory disorders.
Coughton Court's Rose Festival was launched in style with a pounds 5000 donation from Severn Trent in support of the festival's chosen good cause, Birmingham Children's Hospital's initiative to fund a paediatric clinical immunologist.
"This has implications for all of us," says Lora Hooper, an immunologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
But immunologist Tim Lee of Canada's Dalhousie University cautions that most of the positive studies are based on injection of extracts, not swallowed capsules.
Thomas Waldmann, an internationally known immunologist who still runs the branch.
Further tests indicated that this fibrinogen cleaving inhibited fungal infection in the mice, says study coauthor David Corry, an immunologist and pulmonologist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
"Humans may not react as uniformly as mice do," says Michael Walther, formerly a senior immunologist at the United Kingdom's Medical Research Council Unit, The Gambia.

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