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Cancer and T Cells
Harnessing the immune system to attack cancer is working in subsets of cancer types, through approaches such as checkpoint blockade and adoptive T cell transfer‐based therapies. But this approach does not work in all cases. That’s why labs are exploring new ways to characterize the interplay between cancer and the immune system. Researchers use various techniques, such as transcriptional profiling or gene‐editing and modeling to modulate this interaction. They strive to enhance the ability of immune cells to attack cancer cells. In the process, the labs are learning a lot about the immune system.
This Technology Feature will cover:
- Techniques to characterize T cell exhaustion
- Approaches to boost the ability of T cells to attack tumors
- Immunomodeling and the tumor micro-environment
Publication Name: Nature Methods
Topic: Cancer and T Cells
Booking Deadline: March 20, 2020
Materials Due: March 23, 2020
Publication Date: April, 2020