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An APRIL based chimeric antigen receptor for dual targeting of BCMA and TACI in Multiple Myeloma

Lydia Lee, Benjamin Draper, Neil Chaplin, Brian Philip, Melody Chin, Daria Galas-Filipowicz, Shimobi Onuoha, Simon Thomas, Vania Baldan, Reyisa Bughda, Paul Maciocia, Eva Kokalaki, Margarida P. Neves, Dominic Patel, Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, James Francis, Kwee Yong and Martin Pule

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  • Submitted May 11, 2017
  • Accepted December 13, 2017
  • Published online December 28, 2017.

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  • Lydia Lee, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Benjamin Draper, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Neil Chaplin, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Brian Philip, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Melody Chin, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Daria Galas-Filipowicz, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Shimobi Onuoha, 2 Autolus Ltd, London, United Kingdom;
  • Simon Thomas, 2 Autolus Ltd, London, United Kingdom;
  • Vania Baldan, 2 Autolus Ltd, London, United Kingdom;
  • Reyisa Bughda, 2 Autolus Ltd, London, United Kingdom;
  • Paul Maciocia, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Eva Kokalaki, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Margarida P. Neves, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Dominic Patel, 3 Department of Histopathology, UCL, London, United Kingdom
  • Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, 3 Department of Histopathology, UCL, London, United Kingdom
  • James Francis, 2 Autolus Ltd, London, United Kingdom;
  • Kwee Yong, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;
  • Martin Pule, 1 Department of Haematology, UCL Cancer Institute, London, United Kingdom;

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