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Seattle Children’s Researchers Pioneer Gene Editing That Kills, Resists HIV
September 30, 2015
Dr. David Rawlings and Dr. Andrew Scharenberg, researchers at the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapy at Seattle Children’s Research Institute, published a paper today in Science Translational Medicine that reveals a groundbreaking approach to engineering human T cells, which are crucial for fighting infection and show promise in treating autoimmune disorders, blood diseases and some […]
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