Regulation of Tumor Immunity by Tumor/Dendritic Cell Fusions

@inproceedings{Koido2010RegulationOT,
  title={Regulation of Tumor Immunity by Tumor/Dendritic Cell Fusions},
  author={Shigeo Koido and Sadamu Homma and Eiichi Hara and Yoshihisa Namiki and Akitaka Takahara and Hideo Komita and Eijiro Nagasaki and Masaki Ito and Toshifumi Ohkusa and Jianlin Gong and Hisao Tajiri},
  booktitle={Clinical & developmental immunology},
  year={2010}
}
The goal of cancer vaccines is to induce antitumor immunity that ultimately will reduce tumor burden in tumor environment. Several strategies involving dendritic cells- (DCs)- based vaccine incorporating different tumor-associated antigens to induce antitumor immune responses against tumors have been tested in clinical trials worldwide. Although DCs-based vaccine such as fusions of whole tumor cells and DCs has been proven to be clinically safe and is efficient to enhance antitumor immune… CONTINUE READING
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