Cell Therapy Drug
Immunocyte therapy is a new mechanism of cancer treatment that activates the body's immune cells and kills cancer cells.
- NK cells are the only immune cells among many immune cells that recognize and directly kill abnormal cells such as cancer cells without specific antigens.
NK cell-based immune cell therapy using this principle is also known to have much higher safety than other immune cell treatments.
- It's one of the immune cells responsible for innate immunity.
It is a cell that detects cells infected with cancer cells or viruses and destroys them quickly.
It plays an important role in suppressing the occurrence of cancer and preventing metastasis.
- Antibody-dependent cytotoxic action
- Recognition of monoclonal antibodies bound to cancer cells > Secretion of cancer cell destruction proteins > Destruction of cancer cells
- Occupational killing of cancer cells
- Disrupting cancer cells Disrupting abnormal cells, including cancer cells, by releasing proteins
- Stimulate surrounding immune cells
- Promote destruction of cancerous tissue by secretion and activation of substances (cytokines) that can stimulate immune cells