The dendritic cell vaccine is a treatment vaccine with potent clinical applications.
We review the advantages of these molecules in clinical applications, their disadvantages including their low in vivo stability, high costs of production and the strategies for their discovery and optimization.
Approaches to the study of the genetic basis of common complex diseases and their clinical applications are considered.
Although numerous studies on different aspects of pre-clinical and clinical applications have been published, MCE has not yet become a standard clinical application.
Possible clinical applications are the follow-up after angioplasty (PTCA without stent) and bypass surgery, the exclusion of coronary artery disease in patients with low likelihood of disease, and the evaluation of coronary anomalies.
Multiple-drug therapy is common in current clinical practice.
Therefore, it is a very important subject in clinical practice to measure and classify the ECG ST segment.
They have become closer to the clinical practice, standardized and observable.
Based on continuously solidifying theories and clinical practice, many advanced concepts with applicable clinical frameworks have been established, thus making splenic surgery an indispensable division in modern surgery.
Based on these properties, we elaborated a new medicinal drug "Actipol" which was introduced in clinical practice.