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Immune synapse

medical illustration of Normally, the immune system is able to recognise neoantigen peptides on the surface of cancer cells. But in many lung cancers about half of the HLA proteins that present these neoantigens are missing, which makes it more difficult for the immune system to track cancer. 

Find out more in the full video here: https://youtu.be/txzpoAxw5nA
Next medical illustration of Scientists usually study cancer by looking at a single layer of cancer cells in a dish. But the reality of the tumour microenvironment is much more complex. New techniques are finally letting scientists study the complex ways in which different cell types communicate with one another inside the microenvironment.

Watch our full video on this complex cell signalling here: https://youtu.be/6Q4TuLXBEpg

Untangling how cancer is wired

Normally, the immune system is able to recognise neoantigen peptides on the surface of cancer cells. But in many lung cancers about half of the HLA proteins that present these neoantigens are missing, which makes it more difficult for the immune system to track cancer. Find out more in the full video here: https://youtu.be/txzpoAxw5nA

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