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Aaron Rosenberg (University of Notre Dame)


Location: 138 DeBartolo Hall

Abstract: In brief: The ability of CD8+ T cells to recognize and kill cancer cells is a key component of various immunotherapies. Despite progress toward characterizing tumor reactive T cell repertoires, it is challenging to identify the target antigens required for recognition. Accordingly, the authors have developed a chimeric receptor referred to as the signaling and antigen-presenting bifunctional receptor (SABR) that allows for the high-throughput screening and identification of T cell receptor antigens through intracellular signaling pathways.

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