Thomas Broughton

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In the past few years, the field of cancer immunotherapy has made great progress and is finally starting to change the way cancer is treated. We are now learning that multiple negative checkpoint regulators (NCR) restrict the ability of T-cell responses to effectively attack tumors. Releasing these brakes through antibody blockade, first with anti-CTLA4 and(More)
Gammaretroviral and lentiviral vectors have been used successfully in several clinical gene therapy trials, although powerful enhancer elements have caused insertional mutagenesis and clonal dysregulation. Self-inactivating vectors with internal heterologous regulatory elements have been developed as potentially safer and more effective alternatives.(More)
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