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TRON scientists are co-authors in a Nature Communications article

Mainz, December 6, 2018 – TRON scientists are co-authors in a Nature Communications article In collaboration with a scientists from Italy and Germany, TRON has co-authored an article on the induction of immunosuppressive functions in monocytes by c-FLIP, published in Nature Communications. The data show that modulation of c-FLIP in monocytes may offer a path

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Ugur Sahin co-authors Nature Reviews Drug Discovery article

Mainz, September 11, 2018 – TRON is thrilled to announce a review co-authored by Ugur Sahin in the journal Nature Reviews Drug Discovery.   This article gives an over view of nascent RNA immunotherapeutics, including RNA vaccines encoding cancer neoantigens, mRNAs encoding immunomodulatory factors, viral RNA analogues, interference RNAs and protein-binding RNA aptamers. These approaches

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NEW TRON PUBLICATION IN EJNMMI RESEARCH

Mainz, September 7, 2018 – TRON is thrilled to announce an article co-authored by Mustafa Diken and Lina Hilscher in the journal EJNMMI Research (European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Research).   In collaboration with Dr. Matthias Miederer’s group in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Medical Center Mainz, TRON scientists

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Prof. Ugur Sahin receives prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant for personalized cancer vaccines

Mainz, Germany, April 18, 2018 – Ugur Sahin, Scientific Director at TRON, has been awarded one of the prestigious ERC Advanced Grants 2017 for his project ‘SUMMIT – Stepping Up mRNA Mutanome Immunotherapy’, totaling 2.5 Million Euros over 5 years. The ERC Advanced Grants are awarded to well-established, leading principal investigators to pursue ground-breaking projects. SUMMIT is one

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Ugur Sahin and Özlem Türeci publish a review in Science’s Cancer Immunotherapy special issue

Mainz, March 23, 2018 – TRON is delighted to announce a review authored by Ugur Sahin and Özlem Türeci in the journal Science. “Personalized vaccines for cancer immunotherapy” outlines the genetic basis for why almost every cancer is unique, and how with innovations in mutation mapping, target validation and vaccine production, it is possible to

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