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  • noun Plural form of virologist.

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Examples

  • The sculptures were designed in consultation with virologists from the University of Bristol using a combination of different scientific photographs and models.

    Boing Boing

  • On the contrary, in recent weeks a succession of critics have rounded on "happy-go-lucky" virologists, "headline-hungry" journalists and the World Health Organisation, accusing them of being variously dupes of the pharmaceutical industry or willing accomplices to pointless hysteria.

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  • (Nearly all) virologists agree that AIDS is caused by HIV, so this is accepted science.

    Consensus: the "refuge of scoundrels"

  • Two weeks later, Sencer took Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin, and a coterie of other leading virologists to meet with Ford in the White House.

    The Panic Virus

  • They were looking for virologists, especially retro-virologists, as a likely hypothesis was that HTLV – the only human retrovirus known so far, recently described by R.C. Gallo – could be involved.

    Luc Montagnier - Autobiography

  • Long-forgotten vials of virus have been found from time to time in the freezers of virologists, even though only the CDC and the Russian lab, known as Vector, have been authorized by the WHO since 1984 to hold stocks of live virus.

    'Bizarre Bits' Exhibition Took a Strange Turn When Feds Arrived

  • Federal virologists crawled all over the California-based family firm to determine the cause of the problem, and a number of high-level health officials were fired.

    A Covert Affair

  • That a recurrence is so common is more of a surprise to virologists and other scientists than primary-care physicians, who have seen it in their practices, says Barbara Yawn, director of research at the Olmsted center and the study's lead author.

    Painful Shingles Can Strike More Than Once

  • Federal virologists crawled all over the California-based family firm to determine the cause of the problem, and a number of high-level health officials were fired.

    A Covert Affair

  • Two weeks later, Sencer took Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin, and a coterie of other leading virologists to meet with Ford in the White House.

    The Panic Virus

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