Oncolytic viruses as drugs


Tatian Betakova*

An oncolytic infection is an infection that specially taints and slaughters malignancy cells. As the tainted malignancy cells are annihilated by oncolysis, they discharge new irresistible infection particles or virions to help obliterate the leftover tumor. Oncolytic infections are thought not exclusively to cause direct annihilation of the tumor cells, yet additionally to animate host against tumor resistant framework reactions.

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