Mount Sinai develops nanotechnology-based immunotherapy promoting transplant acceptance
Mount Sinai researchers have developed a novel type of immunotherapy based on innovative nanotechnology that induces long-term organ transplant acceptance in mice. Their study, published in the November 6 online issue of Immunity , could transform patient care and help to overcome barriers that prevent successful long-term transplant outcomes.
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