Fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) is a synthetic dye that is physiologically deficient in human body and has been used widely as a flowcytometry marker to label antibodies. The anti-FITC CAR contains two essential elements, one is a FITC-tagged tumor-targeting switch molecule and the other is a transmembrane CAR with an anti-FITC scFv. The FITC-labeled switch molecules form a pseudo-immunological synapse between anti-FITC CAR T cells and tumor cells expressing a given antigen, such as folate receptor or CD19, leading to lysis of the corresponding tumor cells.
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