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Adoptive Cellular Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes and Other Autoimmune Diseases

Researchers in the Fathman laboratory have developed a patented technique to express immunoregulatory proteins as transgenes in dendritic cells (DCs) with non-viral delivery of mRNA for IL-4 or other immunoregulatory proteins. These DCs could then be used...
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Manipulating mechanical forces to regulate inflammation and control scar formation

Stanford researchers have invented a novel concept to prevent or minimize scar formation during injury by controlling the mechanical environment through molecular targeting of mechanotransduction sensors including focal adhesion kinase (FAK). This new me...
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