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Specific Region Identification for Human Papillomavirus

Cervical cancer is a common malignant disease that strikes more than 500,000 women worldwide every year. Infection with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a known risk factor for this cancer – HPV is detected in over 90% of cases. Traditionally, women...
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Ligand discovery for T cell receptors

Researchers in Dr. K. Christopher Garcia’s lab have developed a robust technology to identify ligands for T cell receptors (TCRs). T cells are the central mediators of adaptive immunity, through both direct effector functions and coordination and acti...
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