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Understanding Immune Cell Function In Cancer

Learn how to reveal links between polyfunctionality and persistence in cell therapy and better understand how cellular functional phenotype influences therapeutic efficacy and cancer progression.

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In this E-Book we discuss:

A link between polyfunctionality and persistence
How immune cell response relates to prognosis
Boosting cell therapy polyfunctionality for improved performance
Cellular function in cancer
A Deeper Look

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Cellular Function in Cancer

The immune response is heavily involved in endogenous anti-cancer responses.

Naturally, many anti-cancer therapeutic approaches seek to harness and augment existing mechanisms to combat tumor growth. Decades of research, including genomic and proteomic analyses, show that immune-cancer interactions are highly diverse and deeply complex.

The emphasis now is on function.
How does cellular functional phenotype influence therapeutic efficacy or cancer progression?

Download the eBook to find out!

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