Funding for this research was provided by:
Horizon 2020 Framework Programme (813871)
Received: 29 September 2021
Accepted: 17 January 2022
First Online: 14 March 2022
: This study was carried out in The Netherlands in accordance with international ethical and professional guidelines (the Declaration of Helsinki and the International Conference on Harmonization Guidelines for Good Clinical Practice). The use of anonymous waste material is regulated under the code for good clinical practice in the Netherlands. Informed consent was waived in accordance with Dutch regulations.Peripheral blood immune cells were isolated from buffy coats that were purchased from Sanquin. All donors gave informed consent (Sanquin Blood Supply, Groningen, the Netherlands).
: Not applicable.
: E.B., M.E.D. and A.P. are consultants for Kahr Medical, and their research is financially supported by Kahr Medical; L. J., S. G., A. T., I. P., R.T., L.T., R.K., J.A., A.A., S.A., A.F.C., Y.P. and A.C. are employees of Kahr Medical; E.B., M.E.D., S.G., A.T., I.P., R.T., L.T., R.K., A.A., S.A., A.F.C., Y.P. and A.C. are shareholders of Kahr Medical.