Researchers reveal importance of IL-15 in T cell autophagy in the liver, presenting a potential strategy to enhance immunotherapies.
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Researchers have discovered a new type of T-cell receptor that can kill most cancer types while leaving healthy cells unharmed.
A new study shows that the VISTA molecule stops the immune system responding to self-antigens, including those presented by cancer cells, so an anti-VISTA antibody could be a possible therapy.
Copper oxide nanoparticles have successfully killed tumour cells in mice and when combined with immunotherapy, could work as a vaccine for cancer.
In a world first, researchers have grown immune cells from pluripotent stem cells in a dish, which could be used to develop immunotherapies or to test autoimmune disease treatments.
A study has demonstrated the success of new compounds that prevent FOXM1, a transcription factor, from increasing cancer proliferation.
A murine study found histone deacetylase 3 (HDAC3) inhibitors reverse epigenetic changes caused by CREBBP mutations found in lymphomas and could be developed into a novel therapy.
A new study has revealed that the Siah2 protein is crucial to control Tregs in mice, which can reduce the effectiveness of immunotherapies.
A study has shown that using three antibodies with two different mechanisms of action could be a novel way to improve immuno-oncology treatments.
A study has demonstrated that dendritic cells play a key role in inflammation and how TNF inhibitors can prevent them from fighting infections.
CAR T-cell therapy has caused quite a stir in the immunotherapy world, but it is a process that requires precision and care. Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) has thus far been the stalwart technique for providing a check on copy numbers, but here Ping Jin explains why droplet digital PCR…
Immunogens can be used to coax the immune system into producing broadly neutralising antibodies to fight a HIV infection, making a vaccine against the condition more likely, say researchers.
A new mechanism has been reported for detecting foreign material during early immune responses which may help detect elusive cancers.
The new screening technique may enable development of novel combination-immunotherapy regimens against cancers and persistent infections.
A study has shown that a group of cells called adipose B cells can become dysfunctional with age, causing metabolic conditions such as diabetes, which has provided a drug target.