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Antibody Detection for Cancer Research

Understanding immune-tumor interactions is key to solving cancer's mysteries




Immune evasion, where cancer cells circumvent immune detection and elimination, is a major problem for cancer treatment strategies meant to enhance or restore natural immune anti-cancer responses. Cellular heterogeneity within the tumor and immune cell populations supports immune evasion. In order to draw out roadmaps for new therapeutic approaches, researchers need more information on how tumors and immune cells interact with one another.

Download this eBook from The Scientist's Creative Services team and Bethyl Laboratories to discover

  • The current state of anti-cancer immunotherapy
  • What drives cellular heterogeneity and how it contributes to tumor growth
  • How multiplexed antibody detection bridges the gap between bench and bedside
  • The advantages of tyramide signal amplification-based multiplexing techniques