Jonas E(dward) 1914–95, U.S. bacteriologist: developed Salk vaccine.
Jonas Edward. 1914–95, US virologist: developed an injected vaccine against poliomyelitis (1954)
Salk (sôlk), Jonas. Born 1914.
American microbiologist who developed (1954) the first effective killed-virus vaccine against polio.
American microbiologist who in 1954 developed the first effective vaccine against polio, using an inactivated form of the virus. Salk’s vaccine, which was administered by injection, was widely used until 1959 when Albert Sabin introduced an orally administered vaccine derived from a live form of the virus.
noun 1. a vaccine that contains three types of inactivated poliomyelitis viruses and induces immunity against the disease. Salk vaccine n. A vaccine containing inactivated polioviruses, used to immunize against poliomyelitis. Salk vaccine [(sawlk, sawk)] The first vaccine developed for immunization against poliomyelitis. It is named for Jonas Salk, the twentieth-century American scientist who developed […]
basket-maker. (1.) A Benjamite (Neh. 11:8). (2.) A priest in the days of Joshua and Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:20).
[sal a mahn-zhey] /sal a mɑ̃ˈʒeɪ/ noun, plural salles à manger [sal a mahn-zhey] /sal a mɑ̃ˈʒeɪ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a dining room.
noun (Austral) 1. Also called snow gum. a SE Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus pauciflora, with a pale grey bark 2. any of various acacia trees