Autologous Adjuvant Linked Fibroblasta Induce Anti-Glioma Immunity: Implications for Development of a Glima Vaccine

@article{Parsa2004AutologousAL,
  title={Autologous Adjuvant Linked Fibroblasta Induce Anti-Glioma Immunity: Implications for Development of a Glima Vaccine},
  author={Andrew T. Parsa and John I. Miller and Arnold E. Eggers and Alfred T. Ogden and Richard C. E. Anderson and Jeffrey N. Bruce},
  journal={Journal of Neuro-Oncology},
  year={2004},
  volume={64},
  pages={77-87}
}
Objectives: Adjuvant-linked vaccines have been shown to induce anti-tumor immunity in patients with a variety of solid tumors. In this study we describe an in vitro model of active immunotherapy using autologous fibroblasts as immunogen. Correlative results from glioma patients immunized with autologous fibroblasts are also described. Methods: Peripheral… CONTINUE READING