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Overcoming the Blood-Brain Barrier to Target Brain Cancer

News   Sep 06, 2018 | Story sourced from the Baylor College of Medicine

 
‘Homing System’ Targets Therapeutic T Cells to Brain Cancer

Super-resolution imaging of immune cells showing growing tentacles that are created by the “Homing System” and that enable these immune cells to cross the impervious cancer blood brain barrier and fight brain cancer. Credit: Nature/Samaha, H., et al. 2018

 
 
 

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