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Kanneboyina Nagaraju is a medical scientist and immunologist who is credited with creating the HLA transgenic mice model of inflammatory myositis. He is an alumnus of SGPGIMS from where he got his PhD in Immunology and NIH where he did his post-doc under Dr Paul Plotz. He is a Professor with George Washington University School of Medicine.

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  • Kanneboyina Nagaraju is a medical scientist and immunologist who is credited with creating the HLA transgenic mice model of inflammatory myositis. He is an alumnus of SGPGIMS from where he got his PhD in Immunology and NIH where he did his post-doc under Dr Paul Plotz. He is a Professor with George Washington University School of Medicine.
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  • Kanneboyina Nagaraju is a medical scientist and immunologist who is credited with creating the HLA transgenic mice model of inflammatory myositis. He is an alumnus of SGPGIMS from where he got his PhD in Immunology and NIH where he did his post-doc under Dr Paul Plotz. He is a Professor with George Washington University School of Medicine.
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