TDLN via administration of Adj-NPs in the i.l. limb induced CD11c cell maturation within the TDLN, TARGETING THE TUMOR-DRAINING LYMPH NODE WITH ADJUVANT NANOPARTICLES FOR CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY

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Introduction: Immunotherapy-based approaches for cancer treatment are of increasing clinical interest. Principles of drug delivery and the emerging field of material design for immunomodulation might hold significant promise for novel approaches in cancer immunotherapy since biomaterials engineering strategies enable enhanced delivery of immune modulatory… (More)

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@inproceedings{Thomas2013TDLNVA, title={TDLN via administration of Adj-NPs in the i.l. limb induced CD11c cell maturation within the TDLN, TARGETING THE TUMOR-DRAINING LYMPH NODE WITH ADJUVANT NANOPARTICLES FOR CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY}, author={Susan N Thomas}, year={2013} }