Work / Animation / Bavituximab Mechanism of Action (MOA)
Together with Peregrine, we helped depict the mechanism of action behind Bavituximab, an investigational treatment that helps the body recognize cancer cells. Upregulated expression of phosphatidylserine by cancer cells contributes to their ability to avoid destruction by the immune system. Bavituximab targets phosphatidylserine, thereby encouraging active immune activity in cancerous environments.
Jeff Moffitt, Graduate Student, Bustamante Lab, Department of Physics, University of California-Berkeley
I came to XVIVO with only a few basic thoughts, and from these ideas, they worked out an excellent and striking image that perfectly conveyed the scientific point. I was very pleased with the experience, and I would recommend XVIVO to anyone that wants to explain complicated scientific ideas with clear and professional images.