Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design
Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design
See how a computational pipeline uses next-generation sequencing data to identify genetic alterations that produce cancer-specific antigens.
Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design
Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design

See how a computational pipeline uses next-generation sequencing data to identify genetic alterations that produce cancer-specific antigens.

See how a computational pipeline uses next-generation sequencing data to identify genetic alterations that produce cancer-specific antigens.

cancer vaccines
Personalized Cancer Vaccines in Clinical Trials
Personalized Cancer Vaccines in Clinical Trials
Jasreet Hundal, Elaine R. Mardis | Jul 15, 2019
The field is young, but predicting antigens produced by patients’ malignant cells could yield successful treatments for individuals with a range of cancer types.
Table: Personalized Cancer Vaccine Trials in the United States
Table: Personalized Cancer Vaccine Trials in the United States
Jasreet Hundal, Elaine R. Mardis | Jul 15, 2019
There are currently more than two dozen ongoing Phase 1 and Phase 2 trials using different vaccine platforms such as DNA, RNA, synthetic long peptides, and dendritic cells.
Locally-Injected Immunotherapy Eradicates Tumors in Mice
Locally-Injected Immunotherapy Eradicates Tumors in Mice
Diana Kwon | Feb 1, 2018
The treatment also curbed the growth of nearby metastases that did not receive the drug.
Personalized Cancer Vaccines Show Promise for Melanoma
Personalized Cancer Vaccines Show Promise for Melanoma
Jef Akst | Jul 6, 2017
In two early trials, vaccines tailored to the mutations in individuals’ cancers appeared to protect 12 of 19 patients against relapse. 
Gel Scaffolds for Delivery of Immunotherapies
Gel Scaffolds for Delivery of Immunotherapies
Rachel Berkowitz | Apr 1, 2017
Using biocompatible polymers to carry cancer immune therapies directly to the tumor