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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: An overall process of chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy. Chimeric antigen receptor-T therapy involves isolation of the T-cells from the blood of the affected individual and subjected to genetic engineering techniques for the development of the chimeric antigen receptors on the T-cell surface, which finally results in the production of chimeric antigen receptor T-cells. The chimeric antigen receptor T-cells are then cloned under standard laboratory conditions and are introduced in the blood of the affected individual. The chimeric antigen receptor T-cells act by detecting the cancer-affected cells through recognition of cancer-specific antigens present on the surface of cancer cells

Figure 1: An overall process of chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy. Chimeric antigen receptor-T therapy involves isolation of the T-cells from the blood of the affected individual and subjected to genetic engineering techniques for the development of the chimeric antigen receptors on the T-cell surface, which finally results in the production of chimeric antigen receptor T-cells. The chimeric antigen receptor T-cells are then cloned under standard laboratory conditions and are introduced in the blood of the affected individual. The chimeric antigen receptor T-cells act by detecting the cancer-affected cells through recognition of cancer-specific antigens present on the surface of cancer cells