A Marriage of Technologies for Immuno-Oncology In Vivo Studies

A Marriage of Technologies for Immuno-Oncology In Vivo Studies By Dr Philip Dube Discovering and validating novel therapeutic targets to add to the immuno-oncology arsenal will require refined preclinical models that meet the needs for suitability, scalability and clinical relevancy throughout the various phases of target discovery and drug validation. The use of animal models [...]

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