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Immune RadioBiology

Section edited by Claire Vanpouille-Box

The Iummne RadioBiology section is interested in innovative research that investigate the crosstalk between ionizing radiations (IR), the tumor microenvironment (TME) and host immunity. 

Studies considered for publication include (but not limited to) those investigating the mechanisms of radiation-induced anti-tumor immune responses, the immune-stimulatory and immuno-suppressive properties of ionizing radiation from all sources (X-rays, FLASH-RT, protons, carbon ion and radionuclides), biomarkers predictive of immune response, immune escape mechanisms elicited by IR and radioresistance. Importantly, the section welcomes translational and clinical studies assessing the combination of IR with immunotherapies (IT) with an emphasis on clinical response and outcome.

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  1. Solute carrier family 7 member 11(SLC7A11) is a component of cysteine/glutamate transporter, which plays a key role in tumor growth; however, its underlying effect on radiosensitivity in esophageal squamous ce...

    Authors: Lei Feng, Kaikai Zhao, Liangchao Sun, Xiaoyang Yin, Junpeng Zhang, Conghe Liu and Baosheng Li
    Citation: Journal of Translational Medicine 2021 19:367
  2. Although reports implicate radioresistance as an important obstacle for the management of breast cancer, its molecular mechanism is elusive. Herein, we found that high HDGF levels are expressed significantly i...

    Authors: Lingyun Qiu, Yan Ma, Xiaohua Chen, Liheng Zhou, Haibo Zhang, Guansheng Zhong, Lei Zhang and Jianming Tang
    Citation: Journal of Translational Medicine 2021 19:344
  3. Radiotherapy is the mainstay treatment for lung adenocarcinoma, yet remains highly susceptible to resistance. Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) possess the ability to induce biological therapeutic effects. Here...

    Authors: Shuzhen Chen, Fushi Han, Dongdong Huang, Jinqian Meng, Jiapeng Chu, Meng Wang and Peijun Wang
    Citation: Journal of Translational Medicine 2021 19:337
  4. The glutathione S-transferase P1(GSTP1) is an isoenzyme in the glutathione-S transferases (GSTs) enzyme system, which is the most abundant GSTs expressed in adult lungs. Recent research shows that GSTP1 is clo...

    Authors: Xiao Lei, Lehui Du, Wei Yu, Yao Wang, Na Ma and Baolin Qu
    Citation: Journal of Translational Medicine 2021 19:297