Dendritic cells and vaccines.


prestigious 2007 Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research for the discovery of dendritic cells. The award committee called him “a scientific sleuth, who without cloak and dagger, uncovered the intelligence-gathering component of our immune system—a monumental achievement in the 200-year history of immunology.” Dr. Steinman came to Baylor on September 20, 2007, as part of the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Baylor Institute for Immunology Research (Figure 1). We were honored to welcome him and appreciate his willingness to publish his well-received presentation in Proceedings. —Michael a. e. RaMsay, MD, associate editor and president of Baylor Research Institute

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@article{Steinman2008DendriticCA, title={Dendritic cells and vaccines.}, author={Ralph Marvin Steinman}, journal={Proceedings}, year={2008}, volume={21 1}, pages={3-8} }