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 3 CPD credits
Targeted Therapies are used to attack specific proteins involved in signaling pathways related to the Carcinogenesis process. In Subject 09, we describe therapies such as Monoclonal Antibodies and Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors directed at membrane receptors and particular intracellular proteins that play a role in DNA repair mechanisms, the Cell Cycle, Cell proliferation, Cell Death, Angiogenesis and Immune System, as well as how they can effectively readjust Carcinogenic mechanisms.