Researchers have discovered that B cells aid T cells in fighting cancer, which could be an area of development for immunotherapies.
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A study has found that removing a particular kind of macrophage enables the immune system to attack tumours, providing a potential drug target.
New discovery could lead to a new and highly potent immune-therapeutic drug for the eradication of cancers using natural killer cells.
Researchers have revealed a key inflammation mechanism that contributes to melanoma brain metastasis and could be a therapeutic target.
A study has found that signals from interferons can be blocked, allowing the immune system to attack tumours which provides a potential target.
Researchers have found that fat cells transfer cytokines to melanoma cells, which transforms them into aggressive tumours, indicating a drug target for the condition.
Researchers have discovered that inhibiting the ID1 protein slows the growth of glioblastoma tumours and reduces resistance to chemotherapy.
Scientists in the United States have inadvertently uncovered a promising treatment for melanoma that targets the NGLY1 gene.
A hydrogel incorporating transfersomes and chemotherapy drugs incorporated with some intravenous medication may be the best treatment for melanoma...
Researchers have developed a gene expression predictor that can indicate whether melanoma in a specific patient is likely to respond to treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors...
Combination therapy co-targeting the mitochondria enhances the antitumour effect of telomerase inhibition in NRAS-mutant melanoma.
Scientists in Switzerland have uncovered a potential means of increasing effective treatment of melanomas with immunotherapy, by disrupting the action of macrophages.