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Cancer Immunology – Multimedia

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How To Guide

Your Comprehensive Guide to Tools for Immuno-Oncology Research

In this guidebook, you will discover educational resources and solutions for a number of immuno-oncology research approaches, including checkpoint inhibition, CAR T cell therapy, and cancer vaccine research.
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Video

Viruses and Cancer – From Cause to Cure

Learn about viruses and cancer in our latest episode of Teach Me in 10.
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App Note / Case Study

A Rapid and Robust Solution for Cellular Response Characterization

This app note explores the use of an assay to facilitate rapid monitoring of T-cell function and simultaneous assessment of cell phenotype, activation markers, proliferation, viability and cytokine secretion.
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eBook

Cancer Research: Bridging Science and Clinical Practice

Through a selection of expert articles, insightful interviews and striking graphics, this eBook offers readers an overview of advances in cancer research.
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Listicle

Cell Therapies on Ice: Seven Trends in Cryopreservation To Enable Cell and Gene Therapy Research

Explore the prevailing trends shaping advanced cryopreservation practices, including seven key trends that underpin effective cryopreservation and biosample management as an essential element in supporting research and cell and gene therapy.
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Listicle

Cancer Immunotherapies: Transforming Treatment for Patients

Download this listicle to learn more about immune checkpoint inhibitors and immune system modulators, adoptive cell therapies and oncolytic viral therapy.
Advances in Cancer Biology
Listicle

Advances in Cancer Biology

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide. Almost one in six deaths were attributable to cancer in 2020, and the incidence rate has been rising. Furthermore, recent estimates predict that as many as one in two people could develop a form of cancer in their lifetime.
Unlock the Potential of Your Preclinical Oncology Studies
eBook

Unlock the Potential of Your Preclinical Oncology Studies

This eBook explores how humanized mouse models can accelerate the development of novel, safe, and effective oncology treatment
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Video

The Reason Why Cancer Is So Hard To Beat

An undead city under siege, soldiers and police ruthlessly shooting down waves of zombies that flood from infected streets, trying to escape and infect more cities. This is what happens when your body fights cancer.
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Listicle

Current Trends and Future Prospects in Immuno-Oncology

Immunotherapy aims to leverage the power of the immune system in the fight against cancer. It offers a more effective and less destructive approach than many traditional treatments.
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