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Allotransplantation offers the potential to restore the anatomy and function of injured tissues and organs, but typically requires life-long, systemic administration of immunosuppressive drugs to prevent rejection, which can result in serious complications. Targeting the immunosuppressive drug to the graft...
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Autoreactive lymphocytes that escape central immune tolerance may be silenced via an endogenous peripheral tolerance mechanism known as anergy. Antigen-specific therapies capable of inducing anergy may restore patients with autoimmune diseases to a healthy phenotype while avoiding deleterious side effects...
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Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells have shown impressive therapeutic potential. Due to the lack of direct control mechanisms, therapy-related adverse reactions including cytokine release- and tumor lysis syndrome can even become life-threatening. In case of target antigen expression on...
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