Tag: mRNA

  • A step towards affordable cell therapy using mRNA technology

    A step towards affordable cell therapy using mRNA technology

    This image was created with Biorender.com A decade ago, a novel immunotherapy ravaged two pounds of cancer cells and revolutionized the treatment of blood cancer. This immunotherapy isolated T cells from a patient and inserts a gene encoding synthetic chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) ex-vivo into T cells. These CARs contain regions to redirect T cells […]

  • The COVID-19 Research Rundown

    The COVID-19 Research Rundown

    The grim COVID-19 pandemic shows no sign of stopping, with the Delta variant bringing new waves of infections across the world. Thankfully, the vaccination efforts are running on full throttle leading to rarer cases of adverse effects, at least amongst the vaccinated crowds (1). And now that the Pfizer mRNA vaccine has been approved by […]