Publication - Abstract
Feb 16, 2021
D.M. Rad, M.A. Rad, S.R. Bazaz, N. Kashaninejad, D. Jin and M.E. Warkiani
Intracellular delivery is considered an indispensable process for various studies, ranging from medical applications (cell‐based therapy) to fundamental (genome‐editing) and industrial (biomanufacture) approaches. Conventional macroscale delivery systems critically suffer from su...
Publication - Summary
Jan 14, 2019
Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy
M.N. Andersen, A. Etzerodt, J.H. Graversen, L.C. Holthof, S.K. Moestrup, M. Hokland and H.J. Møller
Researchers from Holger J. Møller's group at Aarhus University in Denmark have published an approach to a cancer immunotherapy that involves altering the function of tumour associated macrophages (TAMs) to fight cancer. TAMs can take on two main phenotypes: the tumou...