Markus Chmielewski

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Rat spinal cord slices produced kynurenic acid (KYNA) upon exposure to L-kynurenine. Aminooxyacetic acid, non-selective aminotransferase inhibitor, and L-glutamate, but neither N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA), alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-metyloisoxazolo-4-propionate (AMPA), nor kainate, diminished synthesis of KYNA. L-Glutamate action was less potent in spinal than(More)
Adoptive T-cell therapy has recently shown promise in initiating a lasting anti-tumor response with spectacular therapeutic success in some cases. Specific T-cell therapy, however, is limited since a number of cancer cells are not recognized by T cells due to various mechanisms including the limited availability of tumor-specific T cells and deficiencies in(More)
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