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Receptors, Antigen, T-Cell, gamma-delta
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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.
Antigenic cancer cells grow progressively in immune hosts without evidence for T cell exhaustion or systemic anergy.
Mechanism of tumor rejection in anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody-treated mice.
Induced sensitization of tumor stroma leads to eradication of established cancer by T cells.
Long-term persistence of CD4(+) but rapid disappearance of CD8(+) T cells expressing an MHC class I-restricted TCR of nanomolar affinity.
Antigenic cancer cells that escape immune destruction are stimulated by host cells.
In vivo administration of anti-CD3 prevents malignant progressor tumor growth.
IL-15 in tumor microenvironment causes rejection of large established tumors by T cells in a noncognate T cell receptor-dependent manner.
MHC-class I-restricted CD4 T cells: a nanomolar affinity TCR has improved anti-tumor efficacy in vivo compared to the micromolar wild-type TCR.
Design and characterization of a protein superagonist of IL-15 fused with IL-15Ra and a high-affinity T cell receptor.
Targeting cancer-specific mutations by T cell receptor gene therapy.
Eradication of Large Solid Tumors by Gene Therapy with a T-Cell Receptor Targeting a Single Cancer-Specific Point Mutation.
Engineered CAR T Cells Targeting the Cancer-Associated Tn-Glycoform of the Membrane Mucin MUC1 Control Adenocarcinoma.
TCR-pMHC bond conformation controls TCR ligand discrimination.
Impact of TCR Diversity on the Development of Transplanted or Chemically Induced Tumors.
Receptors Antigen B Cell