Clinical Immunology: Current & Future Research

Biological treatment alleged immunotherapy is one kind of treatment intended to support the body's regular resistances to battle the malignant growth. It utilizes materials either made by the body or synthetic to improve, target and re-establish appropriate working of immune system. This is done in either ways. One by invigorating our own safeguard focuses to act more intelligent in assaulting disease cells and the other by giving segments of immune system (man-made immune system proteins). In recent years biotherapy has turned into a key for relieving malignancy. As of late, new methods of immune treatment are being examined for future effect of disease. Maybe a couple of them help train the immune system to assault malignancy cells explicitly.

  • Molecular imaging
  • Antigen arrays in T-cell immunology
  • Advanced hybridoma technology
  • Novel cell analyzer
  • Autoantigens and autoantibodies

 

  • Vaccine Safety and Efficacy
  • Immunological aspects of cardiac diseases
  • Immunology of HIV infections

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