adoptive immunotherapy


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adoptive immunotherapy

[ə¦däp·tiv ‚im·yə·nō′ther·ə·pē]
(immunology)
The transfer of immunologically competent white blood cells or their precursors into the host.
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Combining a CD20 chimeric antigen receptor and an inducible caspase 9 suicide switch to improve the efficacy and safety of T cell adoptive immunotherapy for lymphoma," PLoS ONE, vol.
Although adoptive immunotherapy is an emerging form of treatment, there have been a number of studies into its effectiveness.
At The James, research in adoptive immunotherapy is under way for certain patients with advanced colon cancer.
This agreement with the UCL cell therapy group, global leaders in adoptive immunotherapy, puts our collaborative group in a leadership position in moving these therapies forward to wide application in the clinic.
The Corporation's second technology program TGF-Beta Shield(TM) utilizes an adoptive immunotherapy approach to target cancers and fibrotic diseases.
The Company's second technology TGF-Beta Shield(TM) utilizes an adoptive immunotherapy approach to target cancers and fibrotic diseases.
et al, entitled "CD28 costimulation and immunoaffinity-based selection efficiently generate primary gene-modified T cells for adoptive immunotherapy," was carried out in the laboratories of Stan Riddell, M.