[ duhl-bek-oh; Italian dool-bek-kaw ]
/ dʌlˈbɛk oʊ; Italian dulˈbɛk kɔ /
Re·na·to [ruh-nah-toh; Italian re-nah-taw], /rəˈnɑ toʊ; Italian rɛˈnɑ tɔ/, 1914–2012, U.S. biologist, born in Italy: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1975.
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How to use Dulbecco in a sentence
In 1954, she and Dulbecco published the method for purifying and counting poliovirus particles.
Vogt was not recognized, and Dulbecco did not acknowledge her in his Nobel lecture.
In 1975, Dulbecco was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for work on how tumor viruses transform cells, a prize shared with Baltimore and virologist Howard Temin.
British Dictionary definitions for Dulbecco
/ (dʌlˈbɛkəʊ, Italian dʌlˈbekko) /
Renato. 1914–2012, US physician and molecular biologist, born in Italy: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1975) for cancer research
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Medical definitions for Dulbecco
Italian-born American virologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the interaction of tumor viruses and genetic material.
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