Control Over T Cells, Synthetically, Though | GenomeWeb

MIT's Technology Review reports on a study, published in PNAS, in which researchers were able to show that putting an RNA-based toggle mechanism in human T cells would allow specific drugs to determine cell growth. Technology Review's Emily Singer says the researchers are ultimately aiming to integrate the technology into T cell therapeutics currently in

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