Gene edited immune therapy
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Professor Waseem Qasim describes how immune cells are the ideal first applications of gene editing. Using a range of studies, Professor Qasim discusses using viral vectors, the UCART19 bridge, and future applications of the research.
This lecture was filmed at the 'gene editing in medicine: breakthrough or thin end of the wedge?' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 3rd February 2017
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