Gene and Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is a form of treatment used to boost or restore the immune system's capacity to fight disease and infection. Gene therapy is an experimental technology that uses genes to treat or prevent disease. Genetic immunization refers to therapeutic approaches that elicit immune responses against diseases like cancer through the use of gene transfer techniques. The basis for the creation of various genetic immunization techniques was supplied by our expanding understanding of the processes governing the initiation and maintenance of cytotoxic immune responses. In an effort to combat the immune system's ignorance of tumor cells, tumor cells have been genetically altered to produce immune stimulatory genes and are subsequently injected as tumor vaccines.



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