Poly-functional and long-lasting anticancer immune response elicited by a safe attenuated Pseudomonas aeruginosa vector for antigens delivery

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Live-attenuated bacterial vectors for antigens delivery have aroused growing interest in the field of cancer immunotherapy. Their potency to stimulate innate immunity and to promote intracellular antigen delivery into antigen-presenting cells could be exploited to elicit a strong and specific cellular immune response against tumor cells. We previously… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/mto.2016.33

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@inproceedings{Chauchet2016PolyfunctionalAL, title={Poly-functional and long-lasting anticancer immune response elicited by a safe attenuated Pseudomonas aeruginosa vector for antigens delivery}, author={Xavier Chauchet and Dalil Hannani and Sophia Djebali and David E. Laurin and Benoit Polack and Jacqueline Marvel and L. Buffat and Bertrand Toussaint and Audrey Le Gou{\"e}llec}, booktitle={Molecular therapy oncolytics}, year={2016} }