Targeting dendritic cells in lymph node with an antigen peptide-based nanovaccine for cancer immunotherapy.

@article{Qian2016TargetingDC,
  title={Targeting dendritic cells in lymph node with an antigen peptide-based nanovaccine for cancer immunotherapy.},
  author={Yuan Qian and Honglin Jin and Sha Qiao and Yanfeng Dai and Chuan Huang and Lisen Lu and Qingming Luo and Zhihong Zhang},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2016},
  volume={98},
  pages={
          171-83
        }
}

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