Novel strategy for in vitro cell-selective protection has potential for use in adoptive cell therapy

Adoptive cell therapy (ACT) is an emerging powerful cancerimmunotherapy, which includes a complex process of genetic modification, stimulation and expansion. During invitroorexvivomanipulation, sensitive cells are inescapably subjected to harmful external stimuli. Although a variety ofcytoprotectionstrategies have been developed, their application on ACT remains challenging.

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