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Cancer Drugs Can Now be Virtually Tested in Russia
15.02.2017 18:40
Cancer Drugs Can Now be Virtually Tested in Russia

Russian scientists have learned to test cancer drugs in virtual environment.

      A special software set has been developed  by domestic geneticists or this purpose.

      The introduction of such new technologies significantly speeds up and simplifies the testing process. According to the authors, with the help of the new tehnology researchers managed to describe a wide range of processes taking place in the human body.

      Moreover,  the software is expected to be helpul in immunotherapy, a promising area of ​​cancer treatment. This method  is based on the so-called "reprogramming" of the immune system cells.



Author: Vera Ivanova


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