DISCOVER THE WORLD'S FIRST 3D & INTERACTIVE COURSE SYLLABUS
One 3D Animation Video and Its Interactive Self-Evaluation test for each of the 10 subjects
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This subject is approved by the Royal Society of Biology with 9 CPD credits
The Immune System can display paradoxical activity as both ally and rival in the Carcinogenic process. In Subject 05, we delve into the molecular mechanisms involved, specifically that of Membrane Receptor interactions and secretion of Cytokines. You will also learn about how the Immune System cells, such as Macrophages, Dendritic Cells, Cytotoxic T lymphocytes and NK Cells, fight against tumor cells in the initial stages of cancer, as well as how when Tumor Immunosuppression arises in the more advanced stages, some immune cells such as TAMs and MDSCs become allies of the tumor cells.
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