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Engineered adenovirus Ad5–3M with highlighted in red mutations that were introduced to target virus to tumor cells, reduce inflammation, and avoid interactions with blood factors and immune cells after systemic administration — Image Credit: Dmitry Shayakhmetov


Modified oncolytic adenovirus can be an effective cancer-killing machine

Researchers have engineered an oncolytic virus to target the cancer cells by avoiding the body’s immune system

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