Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy Related Molecules (Proteins, Antibodies, ELISA Kits, Genes in Sino Biological)

Hot molecules for immunotherapy:

PD-1 PD-L1 ERBB2 MAGE-1 gp100 CTLA4 CD20 CEA PSA NY-ESO-1 TNF-α EGFR ICOS VEGF p53 CD40 CD40L MART-1 IL-2 GM-CSF BTLA
 • Immunotherapy: cancer related molecules
 Immune checkpoints Monoclonal antibody targets Vaccine Antigens Cytokines
 • Immunotherapy: autoimmune disease related molecules

Immunotherapy for Cancer

Immunotherapy for lung cancer Immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer
Immunotherapy for melanoma Immunotherapy for ovarian cancer
Immunotherapy for breast cancer Immunotherapy for colon cancer
Immunotherapy for prostate cancer Immunotherapy for bladder cancer
Adoptive cell transfer (ACT) for cancer immunotherapy Immunotherapy for liver cancer

Immunotherapy for Allergy

Sublingual allergy immunotherapy Immunotherapy for dust mite allergy
Immunotherapy-allergy shots Immunotherapy for asthma allergy
Allergy immunotherapy: side effects Immunotherapy for food allergy

Immunotherapy: Other information

Immunotherapy for autoimmune disease Sublingual immunotherapy
Immunotherapy: side effects Adoptive immunotherapy
Immunotherapy drugs Journal of immunotherapy
Immunotherapy conference  

Immunotherapy: Background

Immunotherapy has been regarded as the most exciting development in cancer treatment for a long time after years of scientific research and clinical trails. What is immunotherapy? Immunotherapy is a treatment that is designed to harness the ability of the body's immune system to combat infection or disease, such as cancer, allergy and autoimmune disease. Vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, cytokines are the representative types of immunotherapy treatments. Recently immune checkpoints and chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell have drawn attention from scientists with numerous clinical success.
Depending on the type of treatment, various side effects can arise as a result of using immunotherapy. Side effects include flu-like symptoms, muscle aches, fever, appetite loss, weakness, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. A rash may develop and some people bruise or bleed easily. These side effects are generally short-term, but patients may need to stay in hospital if they develop severe problems.

Immunotherapy: Reference

Immunotherapies definition. Dictionary.com. Retrieved 2009-06-02.
Jeffrey S. Weber et al. Toxicities of Immunotherapy for the Practitioner. American Society of Clinical Oncology. 2015, 33(18): 2092-2099.
Mellman I et al. Cancer immunotherapy comes of age. Nature, 2011, 480(7378): 480-489.