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Successful treatment of two relapsed/refractory t(8;21) acute myeloid leukemia patients by CD19-directed chimeric antigen receptor T cells

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Acknowledgements

The authors thank all members of the study team, the patient, and their family. This work was supported by the research grants from the National Key R&D Program of China (2016YFC0902800), National natural science Foundation of China (81873443, 81270645, 81400155, 81500146), Priority Academic Program Development of Jiangsu Higher Education Institutions (PAPD), Frontier Clinical Technical Project of the Science and Technology Department of Jiangsu Province (BE2017655), Jiangsu Provincial Medical Talent (ZDRCA2016045), Jiangsu Natural Science Foundation of China (BK20140374) and Top-notch young health talents(to CQ), 5th Suzhou health professionals program.

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  1. These authors contributed equally: Changju Qu, Zheng Li, Liqing Kang

  2. These authors jointly supervised this work: Xiaowen Tang, Depei Wu

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  1. Department of Hematology, The First Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University, Jiangsu Institute of Hematology, 215000, Suzhou, China

    • Changju Qu
    • , Zheng Li
    • , Haiping Dai
    • , Jia Yin
    • , Guanghua Chen
    • , Mingqing Zhu
    • , Li Yao
    • , Ting Xu
    • , Xiaopeng Tian
    • , Yang Xu
    • , Jia Chen
    • , Xiaming Zhu
    • , Depei Wu
    •  & Xiaowen Tang
  2. Institute of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, 215000, Suzhou, China

    • Changju Qu
    • , Zheng Li
    • , Haiping Dai
    • , Jia Yin
    • , Guanghua Chen
    • , Mingqing Zhu
    • , Li Yao
    • , Ting Xu
    • , Xiaopeng Tian
    • , Yang Xu
    • , Jia Chen
    • , Xiaming Zhu
    • , Depei Wu
    •  & Xiaowen Tang
  3. Collaborative Innovation Center of Hematology, Soochow University, 215123, Suzhou, China

    • Changju Qu
    • , Zheng Li
    • , Haiping Dai
    • , Jia Yin
    • , Guanghua Chen
    • , Mingqing Zhu
    • , Li Yao
    • , Ting Xu
    • , Xiaopeng Tian
    • , Yang Xu
    • , Jia Chen
    • , Xiaming Zhu
    • , Depei Wu
    •  & Xiaowen Tang
  4. College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, East China Normal University, 200062, Suzhou, China

    • Liqing Kang
    •  & Lei Yu
  5. Shanghai Unicar-Therapy Bio-medicine Technology Co., Ltd, 201203, Suzhou, China

    • Liqing Kang
    •  & Lei Yu
  6. Department of Hematology, The First People’s Hospital of Lianyungang, 222061, Suzhou, China

    • Ying Wang

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