How T Cells Attack Tumors - News
How T Cells Attack Tumors
Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:00 AM EST
... Our immune system struggles to eliminate tumors effectively. By unraveling its strategies, we can enhance its effects on tumor cells and so improve the clinical prospects of cancer immunotherapy. At the Institut Curie, Inserm and CNRS researchers have for the first time used two-photon microscopy in real-time in vivo studies to show how T cells infiltrate a solid tumor. ...
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