Immunotherapy is a type of treatment that uses a person's immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. We’ll continuously share the knowledge and progress of immunotherapy, including neoantigen vaccines and CAR T-cell therapy.
"Everyone is a writer" program aims to promote the sharing of knowledge and learning together. We encourage scientists, researchers, and students to answer the questions with their expertise and help others learn from the answers. There are some questions and answers about the ...Learn More
Cyclization of peptides has been shown to be an important tool for structure-activity studies and drug development. The ring structure of cyclic peptides can be formed through four strategies, as shown in figure 1, including “head-to-tail cyclization” ”head-to-side chain ...Learn More
What is solid tumor?As a main type of cancers, solid tumor refers to an abnormal clump of cells (containing no liquid or cysts) that can divide uncontrollably and are capable of invading other tissues. The term in discussing cancerous tumors is used to distinguish between a ...Learn More
Many diseases occurring in human beings don't exist in apes, such as typhoid fever, cholera, mumps, whooping cough, and gonorrhea. why is that the case? Is mankind's immune system less developed?Image Credit: Sapiens.orgA team of scientists from University of California San Diego ...Learn More
Targeted therapy refers to a type of cancer treatment that utilizes designed proteins to precisely target cancer-related molecules, thus controlling the growth, division and spread of cancer cells. Those proteins used in targeted therapy can range from small molecules that can ...Learn More