Tonegawa Susumu To·ne·ga·wa Su·su·mu (tô-ně'gä-wä s&oomacr;-s&oomacr;'m&oomacr;), Born 1939.
Japanese molecular biologist. He won a 1987 Nobel Prize for discovering how certain cells of the immune system can genetically rearrange themselves to produce diverse antibodies.
|Japanese molecular biologist noted for his studies of how the immune system produces antibodies (born in 1939)|
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