Reduced melanoma tumor formation in mice immunized with DNA expressing the melanoma-specific antigen gp100/pmel17

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Plasmid DNA encoding gene products of viruses or other pathogens has recently been applied by intramuscular injection as a novel type of vaccine. It can induce cytotoxic T cell response in small animals and protect against challenge with influenza A viruses. Combinations with cytokines or DNA-encoding cytokines have been applied in order to increase the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.leu.2401284

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@article{Nawrath1999ReducedMT, title={Reduced melanoma tumor formation in mice immunized with DNA expressing the melanoma-specific antigen gp100/pmel17}, author={Marcel Nawrath and Jovan Pavlovic and R Dummet and John Schultz and Bettina Strack and J K R Heinrich and Karin Moelling}, journal={Leukemia}, year={1999}, volume={13}, pages={S48-S51} }