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Dworkin J, Tan SY
Correspondence: Prof Tan Siang Yong, email@example.com
At the time when Jules Bordet began his groundbreaking experiments at the Pasteur Institute, the field of immunology was shrouded in pseudoscientific uncertainty. The lifting of this veil, through the persistent and patient process of experimentation, was Bordet’s great contribution to medicine in the 20th century.
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