Using cell-surface modification and biotin–streptavidin interactions, immune cells and target tumor cells are made to form multicellular assemblies. A polythiophene derivative can undergo cellular uptake, allowing the sensitization of oxygen under light irradiation. The subsequent generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) regulates cell–cell communication in time and space.
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