Immuno-Oncology

Immune Checkpoints

Immune checkpoints are negative regulators of the immune system that play critical roles in maintaining self-tolerance, preventing autoimmunity and protecting tissues from immune collateral damage. These immune checkpoints are often "hijacked" by tumors to restrain the ability of the immune system to mount an effective anti-tumor response. Blocking immune checkpoints is thus a promising approach for activating anti-tumor immunity

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Immune Checkpoints

Immuno Modulators

Immunomodulatory proteins are proteins capable of modifying or regulating one or more immune functions. Immune checkpoints, including inhibitory receptors and ligands, are one type of immunomodulators.

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Immuno Modulators