Definition of Albert sabin

1. Noun. United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906).

Exact synonyms: Albert Bruce Sabin, Sabin
Generic synonyms: Microbiologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albert Sabin

Alben William Barkley
Albers-Schonberg disease
Albert's disease
Albert's stain
Albert's suture
Albert Abraham Michelson
Albert Bruce Sabin
Albert Camus
Albert Edward
Albert Einstein
Albert Francis Charles Augustus Emmanuel
Albert Gore Jr.
Albert Michelson
Albert Sabin
Albert Schweitzer
Albert Speer
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Albert chain
Albert chains
Albert von Szent-Gyorgyi
Alberta clipper
Alberta clippers

Literary usage of Albert sabin

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1. The United States Service Magazine (1864)
"Second Lieutenant albert sabin, to be First Lieutenant, Aug. 1, 1863. (Since dead.) Second Lieutenant Edgar M. Cullen, to be First Lieutenant, Sept. ..."

2. Biographical Memoirs by Caroline K. McEuen, National Academy Of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Staff (1980)
"I was paged at breakfast to receive a telegram which said: "Had discussions with albert sabin yesterday. He had some interesting ideas. ..."

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