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Gallo

[gal-oh] /ˈgæl oʊ/
noun
1.
Robert (Charles) born 1937, U.S. scientist, specializing in cancer and AIDS research.

Gallo-

1.
a combining form representing Gallic, in the formation of compound words:
Gallo-Romance.
Origin
< Latin, equivalent to Gall(us) a Gaul + -o-
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British Dictionary definitions for Gallo

Gallo-

/ˈɡæləʊ/
combining form
1.
denoting Gaul or France: Gallo-Roman
Word Origin
from Latin Gallus a Gaul
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Gallo in Medicine

Gallo Gal·lo (gāl'ō), Robert Charles. Born 1937.

American virologist who was one of the first to identify the virus that causes AIDS and to develope a test for it.

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