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    No one answered so far, so I guess I'll try.
    Looks like "からといって" means "while it may be true that; just because; nevertheless; not necessarily". And about what kind of grammar it is.. a set expression, probably?

    I almost agree with Дмитрий.
    I think it's a set expression that 「○○だからといって〜〜ではない。」

    In general,we think「学者は何でも知っている」→しかし、全ての学者ではない。

    For example 「日本人だからといって寿司が好きなわけではない」
    →In general we think that Japanese likes sushi.But it's not all Japanese, some Japanese don't like sushi.

    It's in my opinion.
    I hope it help you!

    → 学者だからといっても何でも知っているというわけではない

    → 学者だからといって何でも知っているというわけではない

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