Cellular medicine incorporates a wide range of biological processes from structure and function of biomolecules to cell physiology to understand the abnormal biological function at the cellular level. Cell therapy is used for the treatment of diseases like cancer by injecting living whole cell or maturation of a specific cell population in a patient. The molecular and cellular medicine portfolio focuses on basic biological mechanisms or technologies relevant to understanding the aetiology of, or developing treatments for, health and disease. This includes specific responsibility for the MRC’s cancer research portfolio, including basic biology, epidemiology and early translational research.
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