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Leukemia Research Progress: Personalized Immunotherapy Targets Accurately Predicted

News   Aug 30, 2018 | Original story sourced from UNC Lineberger

 
Stem Cell Study Lays Foundation for Identifying Personalized Leukemia Immunotherapy Targets

The image shows how researchers predicted minor histocompatability antigens in leukemia patients. They looked for genetic differences, or SNPs, between donors and patients that were expressed only in leukemia. Credit: UNC Lineberger

 
 
 

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