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  • noun The study of the interrelation between immunity to disease and genetic makeup.
  • noun The branch of immunology that deals with the molecular and genetic bases of the immune response.

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  • noun immunology, genetics The study of the genetic basis for the immune response, and of the relationships between genetics and immunity from disease


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From immuno- +‎ genetics


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  • The next decade saw several additional recruitments: Thomas Mandel initiated electron microscopy and, later, transplantation biology; Noel Warner established a strong base in immunogenetics; Ken Shortman succeeded Gordon Ada and established a new tradition in cell separation; Jerry Adams and Suzanne Cory introduced molecular biology, initially to investigate antibody production and later to study the origins of cancer; Graham Mitchell initiated a vigorous program in immunoparasitology, focussed on schistosomiasis, leishmaniasis and malaria.

    The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute 1997

  • Such a laboratory offered very attractive facilities and precious inbred guinea pig strains essential to my work in immunogenetics.

    Baruj Benacerraf - Autobiography 1981

  • The analysis of the H-2 system by Snell became a monumental masterpiece in mammalian genetics that has laid the foundations of a new science: transplantation immunology and immunogenetics.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1980 - Presentation Speech 1992

  • Since that time, he has retained a constant interest in the immunogenetics of blood cells.

    Jean Dausset - Biography 1992

  • His training and principal area of research has been in quantitative genetics, but by about 1960 his interests shifted to immunogenetics and more recently to molecular genetics.

    Chapter 11 1991

  • The transplantation immunologist Professor Leslie Brent said: "He was undoubtedly one of the important figures in the field of immunogenetics, and a great intellect."

    The Guardian World News Caroline Richmond 2011

  • At this time he started the immunogenetics research that led to his Nobel prize.

    The Guardian World News Caroline Richmond 2011

  • Cookson W (2004) The immunogenetics of asthma and eczema: a new focus on the epithelium.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Alexis Dumortier et al. 2010

  • Sato A, Nikolaidis N (2007) MHC, TSP, and the origin of species: from immunogenetics to evolutionary genetics.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Mariana M. Hecht et al. 2010

  • Additionally, we analyze a dataset in HIV immunogenetics to demonstrate the results of the two strategies on real data.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles Stacey Winham 2010


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