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Tumor Immune Microenvironment

Tumor Immune Microenvironment diagram by Liao et al, PLOS One
Liao et al, PLOS One

The tumor immune microenvironment (TIME) is composed of hetereogenous immune cells that have infiltrated the tumor, and is a central target of cancer immunotherapies. Characterization of the TIME is key to predicting response and development of immunotherapy. Discover the latest research here.

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Cancer Immunology Research

Optimization of T-cell receptor-modified T cells for cancer therapy

Cancer Immunology ResearchMarch 27, 2020
Dylan J DrakesRenier J Brentjens
Cancer Treatment and Research

The Paradox of Cancer Immune Exclusion: Immune Oncology Next Frontier

Cancer Treatment and ResearchMarch 28, 2020
Sara I PaiFrancesco M Marincola
Cancer Treatment and Research

The Immune Landscape in Women Cancers

Cancer Treatment and ResearchMarch 28, 2020
Eleonora TimperiEmanuela Romano
Journal of Leukocyte Biology

Optimizing TNFR2 antagonism for immunotherapy with tumor microenvironment specificity

Journal of Leukocyte BiologyMarch 24, 2020
Michael YangDenise L Faustman
Molecular Carcinogenesis

Immunogenic cell death in colon cancer prevention and therapy

Molecular CarcinogenesisMarch 28, 2020
Hang RuanJian Yu
Current Drug Targets

PD1/PD-L1 axis in uro-oncology

Current Drug TargetsMarch 28, 2020
Kerstin JunkerRodolfo Montironi
bioRxiv

Impact of metastatic prostate cancer on human bone marrow

bioRxivMarch 21, 2020
Ninib BaryawnoPeter Kharchenko
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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

Spatiotemporal Changes in Checkpoint Molecule Expression

Advances in Experimental Medicine and BiologyMarch 19, 2020
Wenhua LiJinjia Chang
International Journal of Cancer. Journal International Du Cancer

Metabolic Factors Contribute to T-cell Inhibition in the Ovarian Cancer Ascites

International Journal of Cancer. Journal International Du CancerMarch 26, 2020
Yueqing GongJunjie Wang
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Frontiers in Immunology

Engineered Tumor-Derived Extracellular Vesicles: Potentials in Cancer Immunotherapy

Frontiers in ImmunologyMarch 27, 2020
Adeleh TaghikhaniZuhair Mohammad Hassan
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