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Volume 37 Issue 5, May 2019

Volume 37 Issue 5

Engineered macrophages as diagnostics

A depiction of a cell-based sensor for cancer. Aalipour et al. engineer macrophages to express reporter proteins traceable in the blood when they activate the arginase-1 promoter.

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Image: Jim Strommer, Stanford University. Cover Design: Erin Dewalt.

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