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 (mĕd′ə-wər), Sir Peter Brian 1915-1987.
Brazilian-born British biologist. He shared a 1960 Nobel Prize for his work on acquired immune tolerance, a state of suppressed immunity required for organ transplantation.

Medawar

(ˈmɛdəwə)
n
(Biography) Sir Peter Brian. 1915–87, English zoologist, who shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1960) with Sir Macfarlane Burnet for work on immunology

Med•a•war

(ˈmɛd ə wər)

n.
Peter Brian, 1915–87, English anatomist: Nobel prize for medicine 1960.
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Noun1.Medawar - British immunologist (born in Brazil) who studied tissue transplants and discovered that the rejection of grafts was an immune response (1915-1987)Medawar - British immunologist (born in Brazil) who studied tissue transplants and discovered that the rejection of grafts was an immune response (1915-1987)
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Los virus, definidos por Peter Medawar, premio Nobel de Fisiologia o Medicina, como pedazos de acido nucleico rodeados de malas noticias, de ninguna manera hacen honor a ese calificativo, por el contrario la presencia de los virus ha sido importante para la evolucion de las especies.