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November 2020

Deciphering the Immunological Phenomenon of Adaptive Natural Killer (NK) Cells and Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

Natural killer (NK) cells play a significant and vital role in the first line of defense against infection through their ability to target cells without prior sensitization. They also contribute significantly to the activation and recruitment of both innate and adaptive immune cells through the production of a range of cytokines and chemokines. In the context of cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, NK cells and CMV have co-evolved side by side to employ several mechanisms to evade one another.

Children's Cancers Published research Cancer Immunotherapy
April 2020

Diverse Anti-Tumor Immune Potential Driven by Individual IFNα Subtypes

Our data shows that the expression of distinct IFNα subtypes within the tumor microenvironment results in different anti-tumor activities

Children's Cancers Published research Academic Biostatistics Cancer Immunotherapy
January 2020

PTPN2 phosphatase deletion in T cells promotes anti-tumour immunity and CAR T-cell efficacy in solid tumours

Our findings define PTPN2 as a target for bolstering T-cell-mediated anti-tumour immunity and CAR T-cell therapy against solid tumours.

Children's Cancers Published research Cancer Immunotherapy
January 2020

Impaired T cell proliferation by ex vivo BET-inhibition impedes adoptive immunotherapy in a murine melanoma model

We established a pipeline to assess the effects of epigenetic modifiers on CD8+ T cell proliferation, differentiation, and efficacy in a preclinical melanoma model

Children's Cancers Published research Cancer Immunotherapy