This year’s SelectScience® Virtual Cancer and Immunology Research Summit 2022 saw a range of thought-provoking scientific posters presenting the latest research findings in the field. Discover the hot topics in our top picks below to gain insights on a new format of monoclonal antibody (mAb) conjugates.
mAbs have revolutionized the landscape of cancer treatment with indispensable applications in various malignancies. This poster displays an adaptable rebridging (conjugation) approach to develop a new format of mAbs conjugates (biomodified) with a multitude of applications.
Transmission electron microscopy of the liver mitochondria of N-Nitrosodibutylamine treated mice
Nitrosamines are known to exhibit carcinogenic activity, and dibutylnitrosamines (DBN) is one of the most carcinogenic nitrosamines known, after diethylnitrosamines. This poster investigates the effect on liver mitochondria of mice exposed to DNB.
Cancer is the division of cells in an uncontrolled manner caused by aberrant modification of the DNA sequence. This poster summarizes an advanced biotechnology technique that could be used as a treatment of cancer through genetic engineering.
Changes in breast cancer care in New York during the COVID-19 pandemic
New York has an unusually high incidence of breast cancer compared to the rest of the United States. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes in diagnostic and treatment procedures and frequencies. This poster assesses changes in breast cancer diagnoses, treatments, and patient perspectives in New York during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lack of access to care, funding limitations, and cultural and social barriers are associated with adverse cancer outcomes. This poster evaluates the feedback of breast cancer patients on the quality of patient navigator services at the One-Stop Breast Clinic, Amorvard Medical Services Limited.
Melatonin is known as the most important regulator of the circadian rhythm, and elevated melatonin during day and night can reduce oxidative stress and genomic instability markers. This poster discusses how melatonin affects immune responses in both normal tissues and malignancies.