How small proteins called chemokines could be the answer to getting cancer-busting CAR-T cells directly into solid tumours

2022-07-06T13:04:19+09:30July 6th, 2022|Science, Technology|

Figure 1. CAR-T cells versus the solid tumor microenvironment (from Foeng et al 2022). ____________ It is now no secret that chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy has produced remarkable

Researcher in focus… Emma Thompson, PhD candidate and Carina researcher

2021-07-14T10:33:13+09:30July 14th, 2021|News, Science|

Emma Thompson is a PhD candidate in Professor Claudine Bonder's Vascular Biology & Cell Trafficking Laboratory at UniSA's Centre for Cancer Biology. Emma's research is focused on testing Carina Biotech's LGR5-targeting CAR-T