T-cell activation: CCL3 and CCL4 actively recruit CD8+ T cells

Abstract

Gene therapy — once heralded as a miracle cure for some genetic disorders — has had a chequered past, and recent developments do little to bestow confidence in this approach. Although initially thought to be a success, a clinical trial that began in 1999 was temporarily halted when three out of eleven patients developed leukaemia following gene therapy to… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nri1862

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@article{Honey2006TcellAC, title={T-cell activation: CCL3 and CCL4 actively recruit CD8+ T cells}, author={Karen Honey}, journal={Nature Reviews Immunology}, year={2006}, volume={6}, pages={427-427} }