Robust CAR-T memory formation and function via hematopoietic stem cell delivery

Anjie Zhen, Mayra A. Carrillo, Wenli Mu, Valerie Rezek, Heather Martin, Philip Hamid, Irvin S. Y. Chen, Otto O. Yang, Jerome A. Zack, Scott G. Kitchen

Thursday, April 1, 2021
Published in PLOS Pathogens
T cell infected with HIV
The improved therapy engineers the body’s immune response against HIV rather than waiting for the virus — or parts of the virus — to induce a response. (Image: A T cell infected with HIV.) | Credit: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)