Recent Advances in Technologies Directed against Dendritic Cells for Cancer Management

  • ID: 4437260
  • Report
  • 15 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This edition of the Genetic Technology TOE profiles using dendritic cells for cancer management. The role of miRNA-128 in enhancing the anti-cancer functions of dendritic cells, lentiviral vectors that target dendritic cells, siRNA targeting dendritic cells, and dendritic cells targeting peptide are presented. The corresponding clinical trials scenario for dendritic cells targets is also depicted.

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1. Recent Advances in Technologies Directed against Dendritic Cells for Cancer Management

2. Advances in Dendritic Cells Targeting Technologies for Cancer Management

  • Role of miRNA-128 in Enhancing the Anti-cancer Functions of Dendritic Cells
  • Novel Lentiviral Vector Targeting Dendritic Cells
  • siRNA Targeting Dendritic Cells for Cancer Immunotherapy Applications
  • Novel Dendritic Cell Targeting Peptide

3. Patent Analysis and Industry Interactions

  • Patent Scenario
  • Summary of Key Contacts
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