Passive immunotherapy

Passive immunotherapy could be accomplished by infusion monoantibody and tumor specific T-cell which was actived in vitro. With advances in structural and functional genomics, recent work has focused on targeted molecular therapy using monoclonal antibodies. Many monoantibodies were used to target molecules on the tumor cell surface and normal tissue stroma, which are related to pancreatic cancer oncogenesis, tumor growth or resistance to chemotherapy, as well as molecules involved in regulating inflammation and host immunoresponses. Although progress made by monoantibody in pancreatic cancer treatment, especially in preclinical studies, its clinical application requires further investigation. Besides the function bind to target antigen to block the corresponding signal transduction pathways, antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC) can also be observed in some pancreatic cancer cell lines.

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