Anti-MUC1 (Nacolomab) h(Fab-γδ TCR) Antibody T Cell Receptor, pCDTCR1

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  • Published date: January 28, 2021
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The AbTCR fuses an antigen-binding domain from anti-MUC1 (Nacolomab) antibody with the C- terminal signaling domain of a γδTCR. More specifically, the antigen-binding domain of our AbTCR is an antibody Fab fragment, and the cellular-activation domain of consists of portions of the δ and γ chains of a γδTCR. And the vector product is designed to facilitate T-cell cytotoxicity with low cytokine release and is used in Colorectal cancer.https://www.creative-biolabs.com/car-t/anti-muc1-abtcr-pcdtcr1-87709.htm

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