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Immunotherapy

Natural anticancer antibodies (green) bound to a single ovarian tumor cell; the cell’s nucleus is in blue. Viewed with confocal microscopy
23.03.2022

Natural antibodies found in tumors could point the way toward improved immunotherapy 

Prof. Yardena Samuels
15.10.2021

Off-the-shelf therapies to be developed for entire groups of patients

How Cancers Hurt Themselves to Hurt Immune Cells More
16.12.2020

A study of melanoma cells explains a puzzling response they exhibit to ward off T cell attacks

immune cells in cancer
31.08.2020

A possible cause for cancer resistance to immunotherapy could be reversed

immunotherapy illustration
18.02.2020

Overexpression of certain immunoproteasome subunits in melanoma are tied to anti-cancer immune activity  

Soma Ghosh
16.09.2019

"We attain higher achievement, better results and the opportunity to advance our scientific careers"

melanoma_illustration
12.09.2019

Weizmann Institute of Science research shows heterogeneity in melanoma tumors prevents effective immune responses 

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Fellows in the group of Prof. Ido Amit
14.01.2019

An advanced method for investigating the activity of single cells could lead to better immunotherapy drugs

T cells attacking melanoma cells
12.09.2018

A new approach to identifying “signposts” on cancer cells may help immune cells eliminate the disease 

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