[mil-steen for 1; mil-stahyn for 2] /ˈmɪl stin for 1; ˈmɪl staɪn for 2/
Cesar, 1927–2002, Argentinian immunologist: Nobel prize 1984.
Nathan Mironovich, 1904–92, U.S. violinist, born in Russia.
Nathan. 1904–92, US violinist, born in Ukraine
Milstein Mil·stein (mĭl’stēn’), Cesar. Born 1927.
Argentinian-born British immunologist. He shared a 1984 Nobel Prize for developing a method of producing monoclonal antibodies.
Argentinean-born British immunologist who conducted important research into antibodies. With Georges Köhler he developed a method of fusing together different cells to maintain antibody production. For the discovery of this technique, which is widely used in the development of drugs and in diagnostic tests for cancer and other diseases, Milstein and Köhler shared with British immunologist Niels K. Jerne the 1984 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine.
[milt] /mɪlt/ noun 1. the sperm-containing secretion of the testes of fishes. 2. the testes and sperm ducts when filled with this secretion. 3. 2 . /mɪlt/ noun 1. the testis of a fish 2. the spermatozoa and seminal fluid produced by a fish 3. (rare) the spleen of certain animals, esp fowls and pigs […]
[mil-ter] /ˈmɪl tər/ noun 1. a male fish in breeding time. /ˈmɪltə/ noun 1. a male fish that is mature and ready to breed
[mil-tahy-uh-deez] /mɪlˈtaɪ əˌdiz/ noun 1. c540–488? b.c, Athenian general. 2. . /mɪlˈtaɪəˌdiːz/ noun 1. ?540–?489 bc, Athenian general, who defeated the Persians at Marathon (490)
[mil-tn] /ˈmɪl tn/ noun 1. John, 1608–74, English poet. 2. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada. 3. a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston. 4. a male given name: a family name taken from a placename meaning “mill town.”. /ˈmɪltən/ noun 1. John. 1608–74, English poet. His early works, notably L’Allegro and Il […]