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Meddling with RNA slicing cuts a tumour down to size

CD8 T cells from naïve C57BL/6 mice

Mouse T cells have a strong immune reaction (dark spots, bottom two rows) to unusual protein fragments generated by drugs that affect RNA splicing; T cells that are unexposed (top) or treated with a known antigen (second row) show a different pattern. Credit: Sydney X. Lu, Omar Abdel-Wahab and Robert K. Bradley

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Nature 595, 10 (2021)




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