Study Extends Potential of Personalized Cell-based Immunotherapies

News   Mar 16, 2018 | Original story from Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

 
Study Extends Potential of Personalized Cell-based Immunotherapies

Shown here is a pseudo-colored scanning electron micrograph of an oral squamous cancer cell (white) being attacked by two cytotoxic T cells (red), part of a natural immune response. Credit: Rita Elena Serda, NCI/Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine

 
 
 

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