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Molecular 'Magnets' Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapies

News   Feb 09, 2018 | Original story from the Francis Crick Institute

 
Molecular 'Magnets' Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapies

A mouse tumour (grey/white areas) being infiltrated by cDC1 (yellow cells) that exited from blood vessels (blue). Red and green identify other immune cells. Infiltration by cDC1 triggers anti-cancer immune responses; this tumour will eventually be rejected by the mouse's immune system. Credit: Professor Caetano Reis e Sousa, Francis Crick Institute

 
 
 

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