Identifying cancer-recognizing immune cells on a large scale


T cells are a type of immune cell that can kill cancer cells. However, in many cancer patients, only a very small number of T cells are truly able to recognize cancer cells, and it can be difficult to identify the ones that can. Now, researchers from the Netherlands Cancer Institute have successfully developed a novel method that enables the identification of T cell receptors at an unprecedented scale.

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