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Immune Cells and Checkpoint Inhibitors 

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medical illustration of An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue.
Next medical illustration of Genomics in transfusion medicine. Investigators report using an automated software algorithm to accurately predict all red blood cell and platelet antigens from whole exome sequence (WES) data.  Whole genome sequencing and WES will eventually become commonplace. 
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Automated WES Blood Analysis

An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Oncology, Pathology

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