OX40 agonist therapy enhances CD8 infiltration and decreases immune suppression in the tumor.

@article{Gough2008OX40AT,
  title={OX40 agonist therapy enhances CD8 infiltration and decreases immune suppression in the tumor.},
  author={Michael J Gough and Carl E. Ruby and William L Redmond and Birat Dhungel and Alexis Brown and Andrew D. Weinberg},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={2008},
  volume={68 13},
  pages={5206-15}
}
Acquisition of full T-cell effector function and memory differentiation requires appropriate costimulatory signals, including ligation of the costimulatory molecule OX40 (TNFRSF4, CD134). Tumors often grow despite the presence of tumor-specific T cells and establish an environment with weak costimulation and immune suppression. Administration of OX40 agonists has been shown to significantly increase the survival of tumor-bearing mice and was dependent on the presence of both CD4 and CD8 T cells… CONTINUE READING

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