Immune Therapies In Cancer

Immunotherapy in cancer is used to help the immune system fight against invading cancer cells. It is used to slow the progression of the disease and prevent metastasis while enhancing the immune response. There are different types, including monoclonal antibodies and checkpoint inhibitors. Here is the latest research on immune therapies in cancer.

February 24, 2021

Production of salicylic acid; a potent pharmaceutically active agent and its future prospects.

Critical Reviews in Biotechnology
Krishika Sambyal, Rahul Vikram Singh
February 24, 2021

School canteens and the food waste challenge: Which public initiatives can help?

Waste Management & Research : the Journal of the International Solid Wastes and Public Cleansing Association, ISWA
Barbara PancinoMatteo Boschini
February 24, 2021
Open Access

Incisional hernia after abdominal surgery in infants: A retrospective analysis of incidence and risk factors.

Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Laurens D Eeftinck SchattenkerkJoep Pm Derikx
February 24, 2021

Ocrelizumab can be used in multiple sclerosis after a rituximab-induced serum sickness: A case report.

Revue neurologique
M JoubertX Moisset
February 24, 2021

Serum leptin as a mediator of the influence of insulin resistance on hepatic steatosis in youths with excess adiposity.

Nutrition, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular Diseases : NMCD
Robinson Ramírez-VélezMikel Izquierdo
February 24, 2021

Unfolded and intermediate states of PrP play a key role in the mechanism of action of an antiprion chaperone.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rafayel PetrosyanMichael T Woodside
February 24, 2021

Targeting tumor-associated macrophages to synergize tumor immunotherapy.

Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy
Xiaonan XiangXiao Xu
February 24, 2021

RING domains act as both substrate and enzyme in a catalytic arrangement to drive self-anchored ubiquitination.

Nature Communications
Leo KissLeo C James
February 24, 2021

Physical Therapy for Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients in Isolation: Feasibility and pilot implementation of telehealth for delivering individualized therapy.

Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation
Michael TurcinovicEdith Burns
February 24, 2021

Reprograming of sRNA target specificity by the leader peptide peTrpL in response to antibiotic exposure.

Nucleic Acids Research
Hendrik MeliorElena Evguenieva-Hackenberg
February 24, 2021
Open Access

Hsp70 acts as a fine-switch that controls E3 ligase CHIP-mediated TAp63 and ΔNp63 ubiquitination and degradation.

Nucleic Acids Research
H Helena WuRoger P Leng
February 24, 2021

EBF1 and PAX5 control pro-B cell expansion via opposing regulation of the Myc gene.

Rajesh SomasundaramMikael Sigvardsson
February 24, 2021

Partial biological and molecular characterization of a novel citrivirus from Nandina domestica.

Archives of Virology
Stella VeerakoneLisa I Ward
February 24, 2021

Low incidence of focal lesions in the thyroid gland in patients with hereditary hemochromatosis - a single center study from Poland.

Endokrynologia Polska
Katarzyna Joanna BanaszkiewiczKrzysztof Sworczak
February 24, 2021

Therapeutic Recommendations for the Management of Older Adult Patients with Sjögren's Syndrome.

Drugs & Aging
Soledad RetamozoPilar Brito-Zerón
February 24, 2021

Sodium Sequestration Confers Salinity Tolerance in an Ancestral Wild Rice.

Physiologia Plantarum
Celymar Angela SolisZhong-Hua Chen

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