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A new paradigm for tumor immune escape: ß-catenin-driven immune exclusion.Academic Article Why?
Immunodominance and tumor escape.Academic Article Why?
Tumor EscapeConcept Why?
Mechanisms of tumor escape in the context of the T-cell-inflamed and the non-T-cell-inflamed tumor microenvironment.Academic Article Why?
Gajewski, ThomasPerson Why?
Schreiber, HansPerson Why?
A tumor escape variant that has lost one major histocompatibility complex class I restriction element induces specific CD8+ T cells to an antigen that no longer serves as a target.Academic Article Why?
Adoptively transferred immune T cells eradicate established tumors despite cancer-induced immune suppression.Academic Article Why?
Deficiency of GMDS leads to escape from NK cell-mediated tumor surveillance through modulation of TRAIL signaling.Academic Article Why?
Identifying and overcoming immune resistance mechanisms in the melanoma tumor microenvironment.Academic Article Why?
Impact of oncogenic pathways on evasion of antitumour immune responses.Academic Article Why?
Induction of lymphoidlike stroma and immune escape by tumors that express the chemokine CCL21.Academic Article Why?
Mechanisms of immune evasion by gliomas.Academic Article Why?
Monocytic CCR2(+) myeloid-derived suppressor cells promote immune escape by limiting activated CD8 T-cell infiltration into the tumor microenvironment.Academic Article Why?
Overcoming immune resistance in the tumor microenvironment by blockade of indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase and programmed death ligand 1.Academic Article Why?
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