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Mil·stein(mĭl′stēn′), César 1927-2002.
Argentinian-born British immunologist who investigated the structure of antibodies and shared a 1984 Nobel Prize for developing a method for producing monoclonal antibodies.
Mil·stein(mĭl′stēn′), Cesar Born 1927.
British-born Argentinian immunologist. With Georges Köhler he developed a method of producing antibodies that fight specific cells. The antibodies are used to diagnose and treat specific forms of cancer and other diseases.