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Dean's Seminar Series - Lawrence Tabak, DDS, PhD - Shared screen with speaker view
Olga Rodriguez
20:34
Can the host mute everybody? There seems to be some background noise.
Sarah Flowers
22:28
I can't see the slides. Can others?
Olga Rodriguez
22:43
Everybody, please mute yourselves. Thank you!
richard schlegel
22:44
Can’t see slides.
Patrick A. Forcelli
22:47
Can’t see them either
Joseph Bellanti
01:02:58
Alpha-gal allergy is a reaction to galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose ("alpha-gal"), whereby the body is overloaded with immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies on contact with the carbohydrat
Joseph Bellanti
01:03:27
Alpha-gal allergy — or mammalian meat allergy (MMA)[1] — is a type of meat allergy characterized by a delayed onset of symptoms (3-8 hours) after ingesting mammalian meat and resulting from past exposure to tick bites. ANY relationships with your research