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Turning Immune Cells into Tiny Anti-Tumor Drug Factories

News   Dec 05, 2018 | Original story from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine

 
Turning Immune Cells into Tiny Anti-Tumor Drug Factories

UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers developed a method to use B cells to manufacture and secrete microRNA-containing vesicles and showed they can inhibit tumor growth in mice. Credit: UC San Diego Health

 
 
 

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