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Regulatory T/B Lymphocytes Involved in the Construction of Immune Mechanism in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

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DOI: 10.23977/medeb.2018.07033


Zuo Tie, Li Xinlei, Ren Yang

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Zuo Tie


The incidence of non-small cell lung cancer accounts for 86% of all lung cancer patients. It is a malignant disease that originates from lung cancer cells. In the past few decades, treatment for non-small cell lung cancer has been achieved great results. However, the current treatment efficiency of non-small cell lung cancer is still far below the expectation. The occurrence of non-small cell lung cancer is closely related to the body's immune function. Regulating T/B lymphocyte is an immune system. To regulate the function of cell subsets, this paper combines the study of regulatory T/B lymphocytes in the construction of non-small cell lung cancer immune mechanisms.


Regulatory T/B lymphocytes, non-small cell lung cancer, immune mechanism

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