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Opinionated Science Episode 21: The Roundup – Moon Phases, Anti-Cancer Elephants and Poop Infusions

In this episode, the TN team rounds up some of the best and weirdest science from the last month. Hear how elephants and naked mole rats fight cancer, how immunotherapy is getting a microbial boost from poop transplants and why researchers think our sleep patterns might be affected by the phases of the moon.
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Interrogation and Modulation of the Immunosuppressive Activity of Human TAM-Like Macrophages Using In Vitro Cultures

Tumor associated macrophages (TAMs) can facilitate the proliferation of tumor cells and are able to suppress anti-tumor immune responses within the tumor microenvironment, making them a highly attractive target for the development of innovative cancer immunotherapies.
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Top 10 Cancer Research News Stories of 2020

This listicle details the top 10 most-read non-COVID-19 cancer research news stories from the field this year, published on Technology Networks.
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Best of 2020

Download this eBook to find out more about the latest research in genetic engineering, structural biology, and other picks from Technology Networks.
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How Do Checkpoint Inhibitors Work as a Cancer Treatment?

Checkpoint inhibitors are a type of immunotherapy. They block proteins that stop the immune system from attacking the cancer cells. Find out how these work and when you might have them as a treatment for cancer.
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Accelerate and Optimize Your Cell Line Development

Download this eBook to gain a further understanding of recombinant protein cell development, including the stages of the process and the importance of regulatory procedures.
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Harnessing Chemical Biology for Cancer Drug Discovery With Michael Erb

In this Front Row lecture, Assistant Professor Michael Erb will share his research applying chemical tools to study how chromatin, a molecular machine that plays a key role in transcription, becomes disrupted in cancer. He will discuss his research developing small molecule drugs targeting these genetic malfunctions.
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Six Steps Towards Understanding the Microbiome and Cancer

In cancer, rapidly emerging evidence suggests that the microbiome influences disease progression in a myriad of direct and indirect ways. In this listicle, we look at recent research developments directed towards exploring the emerging “oncomicrobiome”.
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The Antibody Revolution in Neuroscience

The use of immune molecules called antibodies in neuroscience research has revolutionized research. Download this infographic to discover how antibodies are used in neuroscience and how improvements in antibody usage can help forge a robust, reproducible future for the field.
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Opinionated Science Episode 14: Cancer Immunotherapy: Vaccines, Viruses and Nobel Prizes

In this episode, the team explore cancer immunotherapy, a revolutionary set of treatments that has fundamentally changed cancer care.
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