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GPRC5D is a target for the immunotherapy of multiple myeloma with rationally designed CAR T cells. Fig 2. Expression of GPRC5D protein on primary MM cells and in the hair follicle
Smith EL, Harrington K, Staehr M, Masakayan R, Jones J, Long TJ, Ng KY, Ghoddusi M, Purdon TJ, Wang X, Do T, Pham MT, Brown JM, De Larrea CF, Olson E, Peguero E, Wang P, Liu H, Xu Y, Garrett-Thomson SC, Almo SC, Wendel H, Riviere I, Liu C, Sather B, Brentjens RJ
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