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What is Car-T Cell Therapy?
Chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) refers to the transfer of genetic material with specific antigen recognition domain and T cell activation signal into T cells through gene modification technology, so that T cells can be transformed into T cells.
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What are Trends in ADC Development?
In the first generation of ADC drugs, anticancer drugs such as mitomycin C, idarubicin, ecycline, N-acetyl melphalan, doxorubicin, vincristine and methotrexate, mainly bind to mouse monoclonal antibodies through non-degradable linkers.
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COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment
Prevention:1. DNA vaccine; 2, RNA vaccine :3, protein vaccine :4, viral vector vaccine Treatment: 1. Antibody therapy:2. Cell therapy :3. Nanotherapy:4. siRNA therapy:
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What is Common Polypeptide Instability?
Easy degradation Thermal instability Instability of oscillation Acid is not stable Alkali is not stable Freeze-thaw is unstable The conformation is unstable Frozen storage is unstable The molecular interactions are unstable
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The Advantage of Polypeptides as Drugs
The Advantage of Polypeptides as Drugs
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What is the Difference Between NAFL and NASH?
NAFL: It is completely reversible and can be completely reversed through a healthy lifestyle such as diet and exercise controlling diet, exercise and other healthy lifestyles. Drug therapy is mainly to improve lipid metabolism.
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What are the Most Common Autoimmune Diseases?
​Autoimmune diseases are a series of diseases caused by autologous tissue damage caused by the body's immune response to self-antigens, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), psoriasis, and atopic dermatitis.
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What is Pharmacodynamics Testing?
According to the classification of drugs and the characteristics of pharmacological action effect, the main pharmacodynamic effects and action mechanisms of drugs are reflected by appropriate in vitro and in vivo models to provide a basis for the development of new drugs and practical support for clinical research.
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What are the Advantages and Disdvantages of RNA?
RNA: by degrading target mRNA
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Preparation of Monoclonal Antibody
(1) hybridoma technology, including chimeric antibody preparation technology;
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