Receptor Logic Ltd.
This article was originally published in Start Up
Receptor Logic has a means of making antibodies that mimic the scouting and identifying functions of T-cells by binding to peptides that appear on the surface of cells, within the frame of the major histocompatability complex. The start-up thinks its antibodies will accelerate research on T-cell-stimulating vaccines (versus prophylactic ones) and will ultimately serve as therapeutics in their own right.
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