Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Researchers are devising ways to prevent viral vectors carrying gene therapies from triggering an immune response.
Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System

Researchers are devising ways to prevent viral vectors carrying gene therapies from triggering an immune response.

Researchers are devising ways to prevent viral vectors carrying gene therapies from triggering an immune response.

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Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Monique Brouillette | Jul 15, 2019
Researchers are devising ways to prevent viral vectors carrying gene therapies from triggering an immune response.
Tumor Organoids Hold Promise for Personalizing Cancer Therapy
Tumor Organoids Hold Promise for Personalizing Cancer Therapy
Jef Akst | Jul 15, 2019
The three-dimensional cell cultures are still in the development phase, but researchers are excited about their use to predict patients’ responses to various treatment options.
Orkin on Childhood Cancer
Orkin on Childhood Cancer
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
This month’s Profilee, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researcher Stuart Orkin, talks about treating kids with cancer and other blood disorders.
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
Selected Images of the Day from the-scientist.com
Laura Bowers Works to Sever the Link Between Obesity and Cancer
Laura Bowers Works to Sever the Link Between Obesity and Cancer
Shawna Williams | Jul 15, 2019
The Purdue University nutrition researcher delves into the details of how fat tissue affects tumors.
T Cell Proliferation Linked to CAR T Responses
T Cell Proliferation Linked to CAR T Responses
Ashley Yeager | Jul 15, 2019
Comparing the cells of cancer patients who did and did not respond to the immunotherapy could reveal biomarkers to predict who should receive it in the first place.
Researchers Identify Biomarkers for Pain in Blood SamplesResearchers Identify Biomarkers for Pain in Blood Samples
Researchers Identify Biomarkers for Pain in Blood Samples
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 15, 2019
The expression of a slew of genes in psychiatric patients closely tracks pain intensity and predicts future emergency room visits, according to a study.
Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design
Infographic: Neoantigen Prediction for Personalized Vaccine Design
Jasreet Hundal, Elaine R. Mardis | Jul 15, 2019
See how a computational pipeline uses next-generation sequencing data to identify genetic alterations that produce cancer-specific antigens.
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.
Infographic: Gut Microbes Change How Well Drugs Work
Infographic: Gut Microbes Change How Well Drugs Work
Shawna Williams | Jul 15, 2019
Our resident bacteria can affect the activity of immunotherapies and other medicines in the body.