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Engineering Exosomes for Cancer Therapy

There remains an urgent need for novel therapeutic strategies to treat metastatic cancer, which results in over 8 million deaths annually worldwide. Following secretion, exosomes are naturally taken up by cells, and capable of the stable transfer of drugs, therapeutic ...

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Exosomal Communication Goes Viral

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Exosomes are small vesicles secreted from cells that participate in intercellular communication events. Accumulating evidence demonstrates that host exosome pathways are hijacked by viruses and that viral-modified exosomes contribute to virus spread and immune evasion. In the case of tumor ...

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