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The Interactions between Natural Killer Cells and Monocytes in Anti-Cancer Therapies

Human natural killer (NK) cells, monocytes, and dendritic cells are important components of the innate immune functions with instant protections against cancer cells and infections. Monocytes are large white blood cells (also called leukocytes). They can become macrophages and obtain … Continue reading

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Systems Biology Technologies and Cancer Immunotherapy

Decades of scientific studies have demonstrated the essential role of the immune system in cancer pathology and clinical treatment. The immune system may regulate the growth of tumors via the complex interactions among molecules, genes, cells, and organs. The elucidation … Continue reading

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Psychoneuroimmunology and Addictive Disorders: Potential New Therapies

Addictive disorders are often chronic relapsing problems with high health, social, and economic costs. Problems such as alcohol use disorders affect about 76.4 million people globally, and drug use disorders affect about 15.3 million people (Loftis and Huckans, 2013). As … Continue reading

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