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Decoding with purpose, deploying with precision. While the immune system is the most complex and fine-tuned internal ‘medicine-producing’ engine ever created, harnessing its power to prevent and treat disease remains a new frontier. The key to the next generation of immune medicines lies in understanding the inner workings of the immune synapse – the interaction between T cells and antigen presenting cells – and an individual’s associated T cell “repertoire.”
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