The immune cells can then be injected back into a patient's blood to enhance the immune response or combat cancer.
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Th researchers say the CNTs' topography boosts interactions between cells and long-term cultures, offering a fast and effective stimulation of the cytotoxic T cells that are key to eradicate cancer.
An associate professor of biomedical engineering and the study's main investigator,
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