As a result of high-rate tumor mutations, neoantigens are formed, which correspond to altered tumor protein sequences that have not yet been recognized by the immune system.

Since these mutations are absent from the normal human genome, the resultant tumor-specific neoantigens (TSNA) can be used as unique identifiers or markers of a specific tumor and pose exciting opportunities in immuno-oncology and vaccine therapies.

The neoantigen strategy may also apply to other diseases which rely on personalized medicines.

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White paper

Read AnaSpec's white paper “Neoantigens and their Applications”, to learn even more about the role of neoantigens in personalized immunotherapy.


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