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Jan 20, 2014

Exploiting Glycans for Potential Cancer Vaccines

Researchers are tackling TACAs in the search for better immunotherapies.

Exploiting Glycans for Potential Cancer Vaccines

In the tumor environment, changes in glycosylation allow neoplastic cells to hijack many of the events that occur during normal development. [© Alex -]

  • According to scientists, the “booming” development of glycobiology and glycochemistry has enabled identification and analysis of many structures of tumor-associated carbohydrate antigens (TACAs), potentially ...

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