Cancer Immunotherapy: CRISPR Reveals Targets In Vivo
While T cell immunotherapies effectively battle certain cancers, many cancers do not respond to these treatments. To find solutions to this problem, researchers use modern genetic techniques, such as genome-wide CRISPR-based screens, to enhance the anti-cancer immune response and increase cancer cell susceptibility to treatment. Niki Spahich from The Scientist’s Creative Services team spoke with Sidi Chen, assistant professor of genetics and synthetic biology at Yale University, to learn more.
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Sidi Chen, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Genetics and
Synthetic Biology Institute Yale University
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