William Shingleton

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Currently, serum is used more often than urine to detect prostate specific antigen (PSA). The need for a non-invasive test yielding similar results led us to develop a urine test that uses solar irradiated water as a reactant species. To develop this technology, seven reagents plus one control were produced by exposure of water for 40 days in sunlight to(More)
Leukocyte immunotherapies have made a great progress and hold much promise in the treatment of cancer. Specifically, in the case of B cell malignancies (such as Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, or ALL), CAR (chi-meric antigen receptor) and TCR (T cell receptor) cell therapies have demonstrated encouraging clinical results. As we begin to look into targeting(More)
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