Gilead Invests In Synthetic Biology Partnership For Next Gen CAR-Ts
Adapted Cells Can Sense Tumor Microenvironment
Gilead’s Kite is the current leader in CAR-T, but is looking for ways to stay ahead of competitors and find safer and more effective next-generation therapies.
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