Gérald Hames

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Breast cancer is a molecularly, biologically and clinically heterogeneous group of disorders. Understanding this diversity is essential to improving diagnosis and optimizing treatment. Both genetic and acquired epigenetic abnormalities participate in cancer, but the involvement of the epigenome in breast cancer and its contribution to the complexity of the(More)
We obtained a lytic CD4 T-cell clone that recognized an antigen presented by HLA-DRB1*1101 on the tumor cells of a melanoma patient who enjoyed an unusually favorable clinical evolution. The antigen appeared to be shared between several melanoma cell lines. To identify the encoding gene, we used a new method, based on the cotransfection into human embryonal(More)
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