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B cell regulation in cancer and anti-tumor immunity
The balance between immune effector cells and immunosuppressive cells and how this regulates the tumor microenvironment has been well described. A significant contribution of immune regulatory cells,Expand
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Umbilical Cord Blood Natural Killer Cells, Their Characteristics, and Potential Clinical Applications
Natural killer (NK) cells are lymphocytes of the innate immune system able to kill different targets such as cancer cells and virally infected cells without prior activation making then attractiveExpand
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The CXCR4/STAT3/IL-10 Pathway Controls the Immunoregulatory Function of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) and Can be Modulated By Lenalidomide
Patients with CLL experience generalized immune suppression, susceptibility to infections and secondary malignancies that likely involve complex bi-directional interactions between leukemic cells,Expand
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CD161 Expression Identifies a Distinct Subset Of Drug-Effluxing Viral-Specific Memory CD4+ T Cells That Preferentially Survive Cytotoxic Chemotherapy
CD4+ T cells are important in the establishment of long-lived pathogen-specific immunity. However, the mechanisms by which antigen specific CD4 T resist insult by lymphocytotoxic agents and areExpand