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Rous

[ rous, roos ]
/ raʊs, rus /
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noun
(Francis) Peyton, 1879–1970, U.S. pathologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1966.
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Rous
[ rous ]
Francis Peyton 1879-1970

American pathologist. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for his discovery of tumor-producing viruses.
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