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A backpack revs up T-cell activity

Nature Biotechnology volume 36, pages 702703 (2018) | Download Citation

Cytokine backpacks improve T-cell efficacy in the tumor microenvironment.

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    • Thomas Shum
    •  & Helen E Heslop

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T.S. is co-author on a patent application for constitutively active cytokine receptors for cell therapy.

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