Coexpression of the uracil phosphoribosyltransferase gene with a chimeric human nerve growth factor receptor/cytosine deaminase fusion gene, using a single retroviral vector, augments cytotoxicity of transduced human T cells exposed to 5-fluorocytosine

Tracey A. O'Brien, Dong T. Tuong, Lisa M. Basso, R. Scott McIvor, Paul J. Orchard

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