University of Kentucky ($1,900,000 • 1995-1998). The grant provided 4-year support for immunotherapy and gene therapy programs at the Lucille P. Markey Cancer Center. Specific goals included (1) building expertise on the role of T-cells in the idiotypic network as a basis for critical investigation of anti-idiotype vaccines and (2) advancing gene cancer therapy by increasing tumor specificity in gene delivery through new techniques in the selective targeting of tumor cells. Funds provided faculty salary and start-up costs. Kenneth Foon was the PI.
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Appendix A Overview and Description Lucille P. Markey Charitable Trust Research Program Grants Awards ."
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