Tumour immunology is a branch of biology that deal with role of immune system in the progression and development of cancer. The tumour cells has a capacity to escape immune response by modulating the key target molecules. Tumour are infiltrated by a broad range of immune cell types which have distinct functions in Tumour Micro Environment (TME). The immune system will play a major role for tumourgenesis and metastasis. The immune response, including the recognition of cancer-specific antigens leads to development of targeted therapy and tumor marker-based diagnostic tests. Thus it lead to better understanding in manipulating immune system to fight against cancer.
- Track 1-1 The Achilles Heel Of Cancer
- Track 2-2 Mechanistic Insights
- Track 3-3 Complement System In Cancer
- Track 4-4 Role Of CD8+ T cell In Solid TME