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Protein Prods Cancer-fighting T Cells

News   Jan 10, 2019 | Original story from University of Washington

 
Protein Prods Cancer-fighting T Cells

The new immunotherapy drug is designed to fight cancer while avoiding common side effects. This illustration depicts how the new protein, in red, binds only to the beta and gamma receptors, and not to cells with a third kind of receptor. Credit: Institute for Protein Design

 
 
 

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