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  • n. See pathology.

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  • n. The branch of biology that deals with pathology with greater emphasis on the biological than on the medical aspects.


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  • Virginia Tech professor of biomedical sciences and pathobiology Taranjit Kaur says the chimps of Tanzania are suffering at the hands of a strain of human respiratory disease.

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  • Annelise Nguyen, assistant professor of toxicology in the department of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology at K-State's College of Veterinary Medicine, recently received a $370,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue her cancer research.

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